How To Cook Pork Lung

Alexander Bruni
Author: Alexander Bruni Time for reading: ~1 minutes Last Updated: August 08, 2022
How To Cook Pork Lung

The lung cannot be attributed to the most valuable offal, and not every housewife knows exactly what to do with the lung and where to apply it, so the lung is not very popular. Nevertheless, light is a healthy and tasty by-product. It is easily digestible, has a low calorie content and low cost, therefore it is very valuable.

 
 

How to cook pork lung until tender

The lung cannot be attributed to the most valuable offal, and not every housewife knows exactly what to do with the lung and where to apply it, so the lung is not very popular. Nevertheless, light is a healthy and tasty by-product. It is easily digestible, has a low calorie content and low cost, therefore it is very valuable.

It is important to know how to properly cook a pork lung, because there are quite a few recipes from this category. Boiled, after grinding, the pork lung absorbs fat well, so it makes an excellent filling for pies and pancakes, if you add fried onions and carrots to it. Boiled lung is also used for making salads and cold appetizers, served with boiled potatoes or rice.

Cooking time depends on the age of the animal and the size of the lung. If the lung is pre-cut into pieces, then it will cook faster.

Recipes with pork lung

Ingredients:
  • Water
  • Bay leaf
  • Onion
  • Pig lung
We will need:
  • Pot
  • Knife
  • Cutting board

How to cook pork lung step by step instructions with photos

Step 1

 

For work, we need a pork lung, water, salt, bay leaf, onion, knife, cutting board, pan.

Step 2

 

Pre-soak the lung in cold water for 2-3 hours.

Step 3

 

Remove the remnants of the trachea from the lung and rinse well.

Step 4

 

Cut the lung into pieces, put in a pan with water. Bring to a boil and remove the foam (you can drain the first water and place the lung in fresh water). Add peeled onion, bay leaf.

Step 5

 

Place a lid of a smaller diameter on the lung so that it presses the lung. Put a small weight (a glass of water) on the lid. Cook for 1.5-2 hours until the lungs are ready. At the end of cooking, add salt to taste.

Step 6

 

Drain the water. Lightweight ready to go.

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