Skip to main content.

Food Recipes

Italian Recipes
Indian Recipes
American Recipes
Soup Recipes
Salads Recipes
Breakfast Dainties Recipes
Foreign Recipes
White House Recipes
International Recipes
Domestic Useful Recipe Hints


Simple Pig's Head Collared Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Pig's Head Collared.

Scour the head and ears nicely, take off the hair and snout, and remove the eyes and the brain. Lay the head into water one night, then drain it, salt it extremely well with common salt and saltpetre, and let it lie five days. Boil it enough to take out the bones, then lay it on a dresser, turning the thick end of one side of the head towards the thin end of the other, to make the roll of equal size. Sprinkle it well with salt and white pepper, and roll it with the ears. The pig's feet may also be placed round the outside when boned, or the thin parts of two cow heels, if approved. Put it in a cloth, bind it with a broad tape, and boil it till quite tender. Place a good weight upon it, and do not remove the covering till the meat is cold. If the collar is to be more like brawn, salt it longer, add a larger proportion of saltpetre, and put in also some pieces of lean pork. Then cover it with cow heel to make it look like the horn. This may be kept in a pickle of boiled salt and water, or out of pickle with vinegar: it will be found a very convenient article to have in the house. If likely to spoil, slice and fry it, either with or without batter.


Bookmark and Share

Cooking Resources

Food Dictionary
Poetical Cooking

Free Services

Free Text Messages
Free Picture Messages
Free Fax
Free Calls Anywhere

Follow Us

Twitter
Facebook