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101 Ways to Eat Pork Rinds

There’s 101 ways to eat pork rinds, and when you follow us on Pinterest, you can get them all! From Paleo Pork Rind Tortillas to Pickle Brined Chicken Tenders, you’ll be in a pork rind lover’s paradise!

And because men deserve a hearty, pork rind lovin’ meal, this month’s recipe will have you reaching for seconds (and thirds and fourths!) of pizza when you use our bacon flavored Pork Rind Pizza Crust. How high can you pile the toppings?

Whether you carefully place ingredient or just toss ’em all on there, we challenge you to transform your pizza. How do the pork rind experts at Rudolph’s do it? Take a look:
Rudolph's Pork Rind Pizza Crust
Pork Rind Crust
1 bag Rudolph’s Pork Rinds, crushed
1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
3 eggs, beaten

Toppings for the Ultimate Pork Rind Pizza:
The Classic: Fresh Tomato Sauce, fresh mozzarella, spinach
Sausage Lover’s: Crumbled sausage, pepperoni, sliced garlic, green onion
Golden Onion: Carmelized onions, mozzarella cheese, olives
Market Veggies: Roasted potatoes, garlic, olives, oregano
Kale & Beef: Crumbled beef, sliced green onions, torn kale

Mix all the ingredients well, press into a nonstick sprayed pie pan, going up the sides. Bake at 350°F for about 8 minutes.

Add your toppings, then re-bake until cheese and toppings are hot. This recipe can easily be doubled to fit a pizza pan.

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Grill Like the Pork Rind Lover You Are

This summer, #LetsGetSauced. We don’t mean with a dainty salad or too-tart lemonade. What you need is to fire up the charcoal and smell the scent of charred beef on the grill.

Tweet: 3 master #grilling tips from the #porkrind pit pros: master #grilling tips from the #porkrind pit pros:

Follow the ultimate man’s guide for grilling, grab a bag or two of Rudolph’s Pork Rinds and you’ll be king of the BBQ.

1. Keep the grate hot, clean, and oiled. This is the grill master’s mantra. Follow it to keep food from sticking and for world class grill marks. Before grilling, scrub the hot grate with a wire brush, then rub it with a tightly folded paper towel dipped in oil. Scrub the grate again when you’re finished cooking.

2. Grip, don’t stab. Use a pair of tongs – not a barbecue fork or, worse, a knife – to turn meat or move it around on the grill.

3. Give it a rest. Meat served right off the grill will taste tough and dry, but a post-grill rest allows the muscle fibers to reabsorb the juices, resulting in a tender and succulent cut.

Pork Rind Pork Chops
Pork Rind Lover’s Rule No. 1:
When someone asks you, “How do you want your favorite Rudolph’s Pork Rind Pork Chops?” The answer is, “Grilled … with a side o’ pork rinds.”

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4 All-American Pork Rind Burgers
for the 4th

What’s better than Rudolph’s Pork Rinds? Burgers made with pork rinds! This 4th of July, we’re taking the patriotism up a notch with the beefiest (and porkiest!) super burgers you’ve ever seen!
When those fireworks are lighting up the sky on Independence Day, we’ll be right there with you, munching on one of our favorite pork rind recipes: The Beefy Pork Rind Burger. But we’re not stopping there …

Tweet: Take your #burger up a notch with our list of hefty toppings! your #burger up a notch with our list of hefty toppings!

Pile on these toppers for a one-of-a-kind masterpiece:
The Southern Heat Burger: Spicy salsa and a dash or two of hot sauce (if you dare)!

The This-Is-As-Close-As-I’m-Getting-To-Salad Burger: A little Caesar dressing goes a long way in giving your burger a unique bite.

The Porky Pig Burger: Add a pile of pork rinds to your burger and get ready for a big crunch!

The Red, White and Blue Burger: Top your burger with tomato, crumbled blue cheese, and a healthy serving of pork rinds. Each festive bite will be unforgettable!

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Get the facts about cracklins

Ever wonder what it takes to become a pork rind expert? It takes someone who relishes each crunchy cracklin and who appreciates their crispy, meaty texture. Ultimately, it also takes someone with a pure love for fried pig skin. Here, we unlock some of the knowledge that all snacking experts know, including some need-to-know facts about the pork rind’s counterpart … the cracklin!

Tweet: Move aside potato chips, there's a new #snack in town: #Pork Tender #Cracklins aside potato chips, there’s a new #snack in town: #Pork Tender #Cracklins


Cracklins are the cousin to pork rinds, fried with just a little extra fat that gives them a major pork flavor. Also called scratchings, some cracklins are even fried a second time in order to give them that unmistakable crunch. One bite and you’ll wonder how so much flavor can be packed into such a compact snack! Check out our field guide to pork rinds (and cracklins) to know the in’s and out’s of your favorite snacks!

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There’s no better month to crunch the healthy side of pork rinds

June is Men’s Health Month! Snackers like yourself should be stoked!

With a crunch like Rudolph’s Pork Rinds, you’ll be able to tolerate even the … (shudder) vegetable medley your wife puts in front of you for dinner.

Tweet: This is one #LowCarb #PorkRind #recipe that’s sure to get you through #MensHealthMonth: is one #LowCarb #PorkRind #recipe that’s sure to get you through #MensHealthMonth:


We’ll get you through the month with a low-carb, high protein, and gluten-free snack that has the crunch and flavor you crave. The wife won’t nag you about your snacking habits when you tell her those pork rinds you’re munching on have more protein than nuts and are low carb. Nutrition is the backbone to becoming the man’s man you really want to be, so, during the month of June, skip the potato chips with 15 grams of carbs and reach for Rudolph’s Pork Rinds.

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Get festive with pork rinds!

Legendary football star Ickey Woods is helping us to make this the crunchiest, manliest, and tastiest summer yet. How can the ultimate man’s snack get even manlier? By bringing family together! We’re gearing up for the Pork Rind Heritage Festival in our home state of Ohio on June 13th and 14th.
Join Rudolph's Pork Rinds at the Pork Rind Heritage Festival
You’re invited to all things pork related. From a hog roast to fresh popped pork rinds, you’ll be in a meat-lover’s paradise. Bring your appetite and a pen because Ickey “The Ickster” Woods will be joining us on Saturday for the parade and an autograph signing (and maybe even a little Icky Shuffle). Hey, it’s ok to get excited … We’re all pork rind fans here.

Tweet: Come and get it! Fresh popped Rudolph's #PorkRinds at the Pork Rind Heritage Festival! @DiscoverOhio and get it! Fresh popped Rudolph’s #PorkRinds at the Pork Rind Heritage Festival! @DiscoverOhio

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Get the behind the scenes look on how we make pork rinds

We’re famous! Yes, for our signature pork rinds with supreme crunch and extraordinary flavor … but also for our exposure on national TV!
Rudolph’s Pork Rinds are a hot commodity and we’re serving up the very best. It’s no wonder fans want to know how we pack that much crunch into each rind. The Food Network featured our top-secret rind making process on Unwrapped 2.0 and now snackers everywhere are craving Mary Rudolph’s oh-so-top-secret recipe!

And when the history buffs at the History Channel chose to feature us on Modern Marvels, we happily obliged. Now, you can get the inside scoop on the wondrous world of pork rinds! Crunch on!

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Are you ready for Eat What You Want Day?

Even though we know you don’t need an excuse to “treat yo’self”, today’s the day to go all out. Take a crunchy bite out of life. On Eat What You Want Day, we’re devouring pork rinds by the handful. Men of the world, join us!

Crunch on these rind recipes and you’ll be hooked! Rudolph’s Chocolate Covered Pork Rinds are a homerun. Crunch on them once and you’ll be hooked!

So, the moral of the story? “Treat yo’self” to the best of the best today!

Rudolph’s Chocolate Covered Pork Rinds

Ingredients :
1 bag of Rudolph’s Original Pork Rinds
12 oz. of your favorite premium chocolate chips

Directions :
Set up a double boiler: Heat a large saucepan filled with water over high heat; once it boils, reduce heat to a simmer. Set a heat resistant bowl on top of the simmering water. Add your chocolate and stir until completely melted.

Cover two sheet pans with wax paper. Dip each Rudolph’s Pork Rind into the melted chocolate, turning if necessary to coat the rinds on all sides. Shake well to remove extra chocolate, and transfer to the lined sheet pan. Repeat with entire bag of Rudolph’s Pork Rinds.

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Get ready to dip in to these salsas. They’re delicioso!

Did you know that May 1st marks the first day of National Salsa Month? Oh, you did? Well, did you also remember that Cinco de Mayo is Tuesday? Or that pork rinds are the best way to celebrate for both?
While some people might let Cinco de Mayo go unnoticed, we’re taking full advantage of it … And giving it the protein packed snack it deserves.
Rudolph's Pork Rinds celebrates National Salsa Month
We’ve got a few dips that we just know you’ll love snacking on while you’re down in your man cave. From a zesty guacamole dip that pairs perfectly with Rudolph’s Bold and Spicy BBQ Pork Rinds to our star of the month, tomato salsa that brings fresh Mexican flair to any of your favorite pork rind flavors. We dare you to take it up a notch and make this National Salsa Month as flavorful as possible!

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Crunchy Pork Rind Pigs in a Blanket.

The competition on the baseball field is heating up and, while this spring weather has us shedding our jackets, National Pigs in a Blanket Day has us back in the kitchen covering back up (cocktail franks, that is!).

We’re sure fans everywhere will agree that when you’re a pork rind lover you can’t get enough of pork. Whether you’re craving a game day snack or your dinner needs that special crunch, try this crispy Pork Rind Pigs in a Blanket recipe tonight. It’s a home run (ok, you knew we were going to say that).

Make this pork rind recipe and share pictures with us on Facebook!

Rudolph's Hot & Spicy Pork Rinds
Pork Rind Pigs in a Blanket
1 (8-ounce) can original crescent dough
1/4 cup Dijon mustard
20 mini hot dogs or cocktail franks
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 cup crushed Rudolph’s Hot & Spicy Pork Rinds

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Cut each triangle of crescent roll dough into thirds lengthwise, making 3 small strips from each roll. Brush the dough strips lightly with Dijon mustard. Put the mini hot dogs on 1 end of the dough and roll up. Arrange them, seam side down, on a greased cookie sheet. Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with crushed pork rinds.

Bake until golden brown, about 12 to 15 minutes. Serve with additional warmed Dijon mustard and enjoy!

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