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Cripsy Chicken Skin, Crispy Pork Skin – Pairing Food with Heineken with The Fat Kid Inside

So this week we go for crispy chicken skin and pork skin to pair with a Heineken.

Try this recipe out, it might be a little tedious but it is a lot of fun! give it a go.

If you really want the skin to Puff up and become a proper chicharon like we Filipinos like it, you are better off leaving the skins to dry outside under the sun or dehydrating it completely in a dehydrator. Once its nice and dry, deep fry the hell out of it.

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  2. chicharon skin with beer.. YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS =)

  3. Erwan, you can actually buy chicken skin in some supermarkets. Oh and be
    careful with the knife. You might cut your beautiful face. ❤️

  4. Moning Tulagan

    Hi!! How long did you fry the skin? 

  5. Thai deep fried chicken skin is much better than that. Who, in their right
    mind, would wash the skin and then leave it to dry? There is no need for
    that. In Thailand we mix a batter, which is also used for deep fried
    chicken pieces (much superior to KFC) then deep fry, remove from the oil,
    drain, cool, and eat. JOB DONE. Great with a cool one, or two, or three.
    I buy 2-3 large – 660 ml beers – every week when I go to my local street
    market where I buy my fried chicken and chicken skin as I do not always
    have time to make my own.

  6. That crunchy sound had me!!! Ugh drooling! Haha!

  7. It’s gettin hot in here!

  8. Maria Crisanta Valdez

    By Erwan Heussaff

  9. that piece fell unto the ground! no!!!!! that’s a gem! :( :( 

  10. lol 5:45 tossing like a boss haha

  11. Heaaaaaaven! :)

  12. Hello Erwan, I make pork/chicken chicharon at home as well. This way you
    can alter the salt and other seasonings to your liking, the best for house
    parties! Anyways, my advice for cutting the pork skin is cut it while its
    almost frozen so you would get as much as the skin out of the pork belly.
    And as for the chicken skin I use the chicken necks, its the fattiest part
    of the chicken and its cheap! a good part to make homemade chicken stock as
    well. Anyways hope this helps!

  13. Hi erwan. Luvya

  14. Sexy

  15. mouth watering!!!!! totally trying this out

  16. Rayzhaine Arciaga

    Look so good make some Hainanese Chicken Rice please !!

  17. HE IS HOT <3

  18. Very sinful yet yummy! Ugh.

  19. God he looks so hot! 

  20. ohhh soo goood! :)

    you shaved your beard :) 

  21. Victoria Ramos

    You’re SOOO ready for a cooking show on TV! Love the opening and the sound
    of the chicharon ofc hahaha

  22. sunog

  23. Oh! Home made chicharon:) Gonna try this with my brotha!!!!

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