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Consistently getting perfect pork crackling is quite a challenge but by using your PigOut Roaster the results are easy. the biggest secret is that it's all about the moisture content in the skin and then heat.
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Featuring: Tangy Asian Ginger Slaw, Creamy Apple and Poppy Seed Slaw, Kale Slaw with Raisins and Sunflower Seeds, Tomato and Cucumber Salad with Fresh Basil, Creamy Red Skin Potato Salad, Greek Pasta Salad & More!
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Roaster Recipes
Featuring: Canadian Cedar Plank Salmon, Pineapple Salsa, Roasted Pig, Roast Beef Striploin, BBQ Ribs, Asian Ginger Slaw, Creamy Apply and Poppy Seed Slaw & Pulled Pork recipes!
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Whole Lamb
Preparing a whole roasted lamb is easy and can be an impressive addition to your party. Here are some tips for your next lamb roast.
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Turkey and Stuffing
Its that time of year again! There can be all kinds of pressure leading up to the big day, but preparing your spit roasted turkey shouldn't be one of them. With capacity for upwards of 4 whole turkeys to cook directly on the spit (or more if using the roaster baskets) the PigOut Roaster will be sure to feed an army or a hungry family. Here are some tips for preparing turkey on the roaster
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Hips of beef can be called different things depending on the area you are from. A full hip is more likely to large to place on the machine without it catching. I suggest using a ponderosa hip or a steamship round. Ideally you are looking for a cut of beef that is around 40-80lb in size. Bone in is great for presentation but can make putting on the pole more difficult.
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