Ingredients

Title Value
1. Pork tenderloin 1 kg
2. Salt 6 tbsp
3. Sugar 7 tbsp
4. Water 2 tbsp
5. Black pepper 1 Tsp
6. Chilli 1 Tsp
7. Paprika 2 tbsp
8. Mustard seeds 1 Tsp
9. Rosemary 1 pinch
10. Garlic powder 1 pinch
11. Nutmeg 1 pinch

Cooking

1 . Stage

Rinse the pork well, wipe it with a paper towel, remove the fat and film from the meat. Transfer to a deep bowl, cover with sugar and salt. Massaging with your hands rub everything into the meat.

1. Stage. Rinse the pork well, wipe it with a paper towel, remove the fat and film from the meat. Transfer to a deep bowl, cover with sugar and salt. Massaging with your hands rub everything into the meat.

2 . Stage

Cover well with cling film and refrigerate for 3 days. During this time, the meat allocate quite a lot of juice.

1. Stage. Cover well with cling film and refrigerate for 3 days. During this time, the meat allocate quite a lot of juice.

3 . Stage

Wipe the pork with napkins, wrap in gauze, lay in a container and put under the press for another 2 days.

1. Stage. Wipe the pork with napkins, wrap in gauze, lay in a container and put under the press for another 2 days.

4 . Stage

Mix all the spices together, add quite a bit of water and rub the meat on all sides.

1. Stage. Mix all the spices together, add quite a bit of water and rub the meat on all sides.

5 . Stage

Put the pork tenderloin on gauze folded in half, tie tightly with a thread. Hang the meat to dry in a cool place for 2-3 weeks.

1. Stage. Put the pork tenderloin on gauze folded in half, tie tightly with a thread. Hang the meat to dry in a cool place for 2-3 weeks.

6 . Stage

From the finished basturma, carefully remove the excess spices, cut into pieces and serve.

1. Stage. From the finished basturma, carefully remove the excess spices, cut into pieces and serve.

7 . Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

8 . Stage

Pork basturma is very aromatic and tasty jerky, cooking is quite simple, but very long. Meat can be dried on the balcony in the cold season, also in the refrigerator on the doors. Do not be afraid to salt or use too many spices because the meat will take as much as you need. Basturma is perfect for a festive table as a delicacy, also a great beer snack.