Recipe by KERYNE
"Neck bones are great with greens or cabbage. They can be baked or boiled, this recipe can be fixed either way. It depends upon how much attention you want to give the dish. I think this is one of this meals that takes you back to your mother's kitchen."
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onions, roughly chopped
garlic, roughly chopped
distilled white vinegar
pork neck bones
1 1/2 teaspoons
ground black pepper
mmmmmmmmmmmm....Yummy...Just like my grandmother used to make. Very tender, very flavorable.
1st time cooking neckbones & new to cooking. Found this receipe easy to follow, quick, & food came out fantastic! Will be cooking again!
This is a simple recipe! I put mine in the oven for 2 1/2 hours.. Came out very tender and flavorful..
Great dish from Keryne as usual.. I prefer boiled neck bones but hubby likes them baked just like this... thanks Keryne!!
I loved it...I browned the neckbones on the stove top first, then I precooked the onions and garlic in the left over all and followed all the other directions....Amazingly simple yet flavor packed comfort meal...served with rice and cabbage...Thanks!!!!
Taste just like the South!!! Add a little cayenne, green onions and a piece or two of bell pepper for the "Slap Yo' Mama" Louisiana flair!
My family enjoyed this recipe. The meat was very tender and the ingredients went well together. I added a pinch of cayenne to spice things up but other than that followed the recipe exactly. Very easy, tasty, and budget-friendly, thank you for sharing!
This was my first time ever cooking neck bones and I must say that the outcome was a success thanks to this recipe! I really like this method of cooking neck bones v/s boiling them. Normally, I follow the recipe as written but I made the following changes to suit my taste: I used three lbs. of neck bones seasoned with Lawry's seasoning salt, black pepper & Goya adobo seasoning, one onion, four cloves garlic, 1/2 c water & 2 TBSP vinegar. I didn't baste the neck bones but after 2 hrs I added 1/4 c water, cooked 30 mins covered and removed foil during last 30 mins. The neck bones were tender and in tact. I'll definitely use this recipe again but will probably use less garlic or just omit it next time - personal taste. This recipe is a keeper and Kudos to Keryne for sharing!!!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Southern-Style Neck Bones
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 918
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