How to clean, trim and prepare pig’s tongue

Connie Veneracion

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  1. natzsm says:

    I have always been curious how the pig’s tongue would compare in flavor and texture to beef/ox tongue and so tempted to buy pig’s tongue but afraid of the tedious cleaning process. This video makes it look so easy and although I know it wont be as easy as it looks, I am now willing to give it a try this weekend for Father’s day.

    • I find that pig’s tongue never reaches that melt-in-the-mouth-like-butter tenderness that well-cooked beef tongue has. But for stir-fries, pork tongue has the correct texture. I guess that’s why it’s more often found in Chinese cooking than beef tongue.

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