Mr Porky Prime Cut Scratchings Reviews
Product Type: Mr Porky Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / Pork Rind snacks.
Newest Review: ... heart attack in a pack! While I cannot refute that the latter statement is probably true, as long as you enjoy them in ... more
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by - written on 25/10/09, updated on 25/10/09 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Pork scratchings, a favourite of the pub dweller and darts player alike. I myself do not play darts but most certainly have dwelled in my fair share of pubs. On paper the idea of the pork scratching is a bizarre and somewhat puzzling one, the skin and fat of a pig, fried and smothered in salt. Doesnt sound like the most appealing snack on the market, does it? In fact it sounds like a heart attack in a pack! While I cannot refute that the latter statement is probably true, as long as you enjoy them in moderation, theres no harm in the occasional sneaky bag. I have seen them sold in 100g bags and also in multipacks containing 5 35g bags. I would recommend ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
They've just started selling these scratchings in my local pub and this dinner time I had a bag even though if I haven't had a drink the thought of scratchings makes me feel sick! lol Scratchings are cooked pork fat and these are the best I've had I reckon. They're quite big and some of them are hard enough to break your teeth, they're greasy and some of them have still got bits of wiry pig hair on them but they taste sooooo good that you forget all that disgusting stuff. The scratchings are lovely and salty, they taste of pork cracking and are so meaty tasting that I can't stop myself eating the whole bag even though I know they're majorly bad ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I bought a pack of 12 of these pork scratchings from an online shop that sells them through Ebay. I think I paid 7 pounds for the scratchings and one or two quid for postage but I couldn't find them anywhere else so I thought I'd give it a go. They come in a little 40g bag and it reads that they're prime cut pork scratchings diced into large pieces. I've only ever had the Chinese pork rinds so hoped that these would be the same. These do taste slightly different but nice; though I must say, seeing a pig hair stick out of one of them kind of put me off a bit but decided to try one with no hair on and they're pretty tasty. They're very crunchy, salty and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 139 readings)
They may be unhealthy, but they're damn good! Call me piggy, but I do like some Mr Porky Scratchings to satisfy my crunch cravings! :o) Mr Porky is a range of pork scratchings produced by Redmil, one of the UKs leading savory snack food manufacturers with over 30 years experience. I trust that they're good quality and have never had a less than tasty packet. Scratchings are generally bar snacks so you'll probably come across these quite easily in pubs, but they're harder to come by in supermarkets. I buy these from Morrisons but haven't seen these exact ones elsewhere, though Mr Porky Pork Crackles seem more readily available (very similar but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 192 readings)
I love pork scratchings. I know they about as bad for you as snack foods get, but they are one of my favourite foods and I probably eat far too many of them! Mr. Porky products would not normally be my first choice when buying pork scratchings. The standard Mr. Porky scratchings (gold packet) are usually very small, bland and expensive compared to other brands. I do end up eating them fairly often even so, however, as they are far more widely available than others, and are usually the only brand available in supermarkets. I discovered this new, premium variety some time ago, but they have become more widely available in recent times. They are a ... Read the complete review
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