4 C Pre-Cooked Corn Flour (we like P.A.N.)
14 C warm water
1 ½ Tbsp coarse kosher salt
3 Tbsp white sugar
1/2 lb pork belly
7 Tbsp coarse kosher salt
7 Tbsp white sugar
3 Tbsp smoked hot paprika
4 Bay leaves
Rind of an orange
2 C water
¾ C cilantro steams
¼ C fresh mint leaves
2 cloves garlic
3 ½ Tbsp white sugar
1 Tbsp kosher coarse salt
½ tsp Tabasco sauce, to taste
¾ C extra virgin olive oil
⅓ C cider vinegar
¼ tsp xanthan gum
*makes enough for 1½ lbs pork belly
Prepping time: 1 hour / Cooking time: 40 minutes (excludes sous vide cooking time)
Yields about 22 6-ounce arepas
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