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2-ingredient Pork Rind Keto Bread

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Pork rinds are one of the most keto friendly snacks you can find and the ideal ingredient to use for keto bread since they contain naturally ZERO carbs. In this dairy-free, gluten-free 2-ingredient bread recipe, you basically just need ground pork rinds and egg whites (I used duck egg whites). Spices and herbs are completely optional. The texture of this keto bread roll is soft, tender and spongy with a crunchy crust. They toast well and hold perfectly firm for patties, pulled beef/chicken/pork or simply spreading butter, (black garlic) mayonnaise and liver parfait. Ground pork rind can be used as a panko substitute too.

  • 110 g Salted pork rinds, ground
  • 4 Duck egg whites (or 5 medium chicken egg whites)
  • 1 tbsp Fresh thyme leaves (or herbs of your choice), optional
  • 1 tsp Black garlic granules, optional
  1. Grind the pork rinds in your food processor until you get a crumb-like texture. Beat the egg whites until stiff and glossy.
  2. Add in ground pork rind, fresh thyme leaves and fermented black garlic granules. Gently fold into whipped egg whites until well blended.
  3. Wet your hands with some water and shape the mixture into 3 buns. Place them on a parchment-lined baking tray.
  4. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Bake the buns in the middle of hot oven for about 30 minutes until golden brown.

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DEZMOND 17/5/23 22:53

That black garlic looks so freaky!

Lola Martínez 17/5/23 22:55

Por aqui siempre veo panes súper originales, nunca he probado las cortezas en forma de harina y ya me gustaría poder hacerlo, porque seguro que el sabor de este pan cuanto menos es interesante.

Tom 17/5/23 23:04

...I've never had pork rinds.

roentare 17/5/23 23:32

Black garlic looks wicked!

Brian's Home Blog 18/5/23 00:43

That. looks really good but it looks like four ingredients LOL!

J.P. Alexander 18/5/23 03:16

Se ve muy rico. Gracias por la receta la haré pronto. Te mando un beso.

Anonymous 18/5/23 04:33

I have never had that bread before, but I would be willing to try seeing I like to eat garlic.

Angie's Recipes 18/5/23 05:09

@Brian The herb and spice are completely optional. So you just need 2 ingredients for the bread.

Sherry's Pickings 18/5/23 10:12

wow this sounds so interesting and a bit bizarre Angie!

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 18/5/23 13:18

That looks fantastic, I am a huge bread fan and this is on the list to make thanks Angie

eileeninmd 18/5/23 13:46

Looks delicious, interesting ingredients and recipe. Thanks for sharing. Take care, enjoy your day!

babYpose 18/5/23 14:51

Black garlic is new to me. Keto diet is in thing now.

Bill 18/5/23 20:56

Never had black garlic or pork rinds.

Rainbow Evening 19/5/23 06:20

keto bread looks fresh and yummy

Marianela Beauty Tips 19/5/23 10:48

It looks delicious!! Thanks for sharing.
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Javier 19/5/23 13:04

"Soft, tender and spongy with a crunchy crust" It sounds great!!!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station 19/5/23 13:34

I would have never thought of adding something like pork rinds to bread - inventive and special!

Rose world 19/5/23 14:24

Never have such bread before. Pork rinds in bread?? Who have thought of that!!

My name is Erika. 20/5/23 12:38

This is interesting. I wonder how it tastes. I've never thought of or even heard of pork rinds in bread. But why not?

Raymund 24/5/23 01:39

The texture you described, with the soft and spongy interior and the crunchy crust, sounds mouthwatering. I can already imagine using these buns for patties or even as a base for pulled meats. And the idea of spreading butter, mayo, or liver parfait on top sounds absolutely divine.

tigerfish 1/6/23 01:09

Got small carton of egg white recently and mixed in tuna to make tuna egg white frittata bites. It's so interesting to see pork rinds added into egg whites to make keto bread.


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