King of Crisp – You Won’t Believe – Epic Belly BBQ




  • 3kg pork belly cut
  • chili peppers, ginger, young onion, garlic
  • 5-2 tbsp. paprika, 1 tbsp. tamarind
  • canola oil
  • AlmazanKitchen original cookware and utensils (optional)
The crispiest thing in the worldwide web!

You feel that, right? Those yummy crunchy sounds of the most crispy dish in the world! Isn’t it satisfying?Good cut of fresh pork belly slow cooked under awesome unique sauce flavored with meat juice itself, chili, ginger, young onions, garlic and beautiful spice mix made of paprika and tamarind, then grilled on coals with AlmazanKitchen grilling technique! Real foodporn & ASMR experience you will never forget! Feel free to repeat!


  1. Make square incises on the skin using sharp knife.
  2. Preheat the pan, grease it with canola oil. Put pork belly cut into the pan skin down. Grill it for 20-30 sec.
  3. Slice 2 chili peppers, 30g of ginger, young onion. Smash 3-4 garlic cloves, unpeel it and slice. Toss everything into the pan and fry for 30-40 sec on high heat. Add some water.
  4. Add 1.5-2 tbsp. of paprika and 1 tbsp. of tamarind to the pan. Stir and mix well. Slow cook until rich saucy consistency.
  5. Put pork belly cut into the pan. Cover with lid and leave on low fire for 30-60 min.
  6. Transfer pork belly cut to a special grill. (build it yourself like we did in the video)
  7. Grill for 10-20 min. (392 F/ 200 C). Continue slow cooking the sauce, we will need it later.
  8. Serve pork belly under the sauce!
  9. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!

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  1. Petra

    What kind of chili do you use?

  2. Cari Gillespie

    Love seeing the ways that you use your resources.

    And I love seeing your kittens in the videos, and this time you fed one. 🙂 Love that!

  3. John

    I really want to try this recipe and well this is a bit of a silly question, but how much water did you put there. Thanks in advance! Keep it up guys!

  4. Jose

    Im a chef in the island of Puerto Rico and view your chanel and i liked your form to cook is so super especial i like cook in rustic form like you and your presentation is super and your food you present in the videos is special see yummy to my and my famyli a apresiate contact wiht you and see future more recipe you maked thanks and have a good day.l

  5. Adam Plews

    Hey guys – wondering if you expect the same results grilling in an overn with that last step – love the look of this but the end grilling stage is probably not realistic for me.

  6. AK

    Thank you for following our channel! We’re glad you like what we do that much, it means really a lot!

  7. Marilyn Warren

    I love your videos. I have tried one or two on the grill. I have to practice more!

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