The Snake River Farms Kurobuta pork belly is rich with flavor and possesses a remarkable melt-in-your-mouth texture. Our pork belly is at its best prepared with a low temperature, slow cook technique like braising or oven roasting to develop a meltingly delicious tenderness. A final sear will impart a beautiful brown finish that is crisp and addictive.
All of our pork products are skin-off and are unable to be requested with skin-on. Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds.
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Preparing Kurobuta Pork Belly
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Very tender piece of meat, cured it for 5 days using some Lem Backwoods Maple Bacon Cure, easy as pie. Smoked it 3.5 hours on Hickory on the Traeger and the smell, taste, and presentation were all delicious. Knocked this out of the park. And the piece is very generous, believe mine was 6.7lbs or so.
Posted 8/6/2019 by Donald
Used this lovely pork belly for burnt ends and saved the center cut for bacon.
Call it Berkshire or call it Kurobuta it is one dang fine piece of meat.
Posted 7/18/2019 by lil willy
SRF Team : We are so happy to hear you enjoyed!
Kurobuta pork belly
Fantastic so tender and moist DELICIOUS
Posted 5/22/2019 by Thomas
SRF Team : Hi Thomas,
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us! We are so happy to hear you enjoyed the Kurobuta Pork Belly! Thank you for being a valued Snake River Farms customer!
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One must indulge in the pork belly. I made pork belly burn ends. Unbelievably good!
Posted 4/29/2019 by Mike
We bought some filets, a gold grade brisket, a rib eye and a kurobuta pork belly recently for a family gathering. Out of all that meat, the pork belly was the favorite. We carved it up in to 1-1.5 inch pieces and followed the "How to BBQ Right" website recipe for Pork Belly Burnt Ends. We paired it with collard greens, and some cheese grits and it was awesome!
Posted 10/31/2018 by Chilly