Janet's StoryWhen I met my fiancé, He introduced me to neck bones. I looked this southern comfort food up on the internet and found there weren't very many recipes for it. The one I found is very good. If you have ever wondered how to cook them. Here is a pretty good recipe for them.
2 1/2 lb
fresh pork neckbones
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green onions, chopped (about 4)
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1Brown the neck bones in the oil. When browned, remove the neck bones to a stockpot. Put the onions in the skillet with the oil. Sauté till browned a little.
2Add water and the onions to the neck bones and bring this to a boil, add the seasonings. Reduce the heat to a slow simmer.
3Cover the pot with a lid. Simmer on low for 1 1/2 hours.
4you can add rice and simmer 15 minutes more. I cook my rice on the side. and pour the juices over the rice.
About this Recipe
ginger skaggs mamagin - Jan 6, 2013
I put celery, carrots, and potatoes in mine. My aunts used to put turnips in as well. They are good BBQ'd slow too.