How To Clean Pork
Many people believe that all bacteria and other contaminants present on surface of pork are killed during the cooking process; hence there is no need to wash the meat. However, store bought packed pork or fresh pork from the butchers' must be cleaned thoroughly to make it safe for cooking and eating. Read on to gather more tips on how to clean pork, specifically pork tenderloin.
Things Required for Cleaning Pork
- Large bowl
- Sharp knife
- Kitchen towels
- Cutting board
Steps to Clean Pork
- Remove packaging and thaw.
- Clean pork under running water to get rid of bone grindings that may be present in chops and steak cuts of pork.
- Place pork in a large bowl containing water and rinse thoroughly.
- Repeat rinses until water is clear.
- Drain water and pat dry on paper towels.
Steps to Clean Pork Tenderloin
- Remove from packaging and place on cutting board.
- Using your fingers remove fat from meat.
- Slice out the silver skin with a knife.
- Rinse the tenderloin under fresh water.
- Tenderloin is now ready to be cooked as desired.
Tips to Clean Pork
- Clean hands and tools after cleaning pork.
- Do not serve cooked pork in the plate used for holding raw pork.
- Bin and dispose inedible parts and waste immediately.
Add the knowledge of how to clean pork tenderloin to your culinary skills by implementing the tips given in the blog. It can be very useful since tenderloin is high in proteins and including it in your diet has health benefits.