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Kip-kap

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Kip-kap is a very popular snack in Brussels served especially with beer. Kip-kap is a plate of cuts of jellied cold meat, usually it is used pork meat. For preparation of the Kip-kap usually is used meat from the pig’s head like, pig’s cheeks, pig’s tong or other part of the head, but also there can be used simple pork brawn. The meat is previously boiled in some water with some onions, carrots, salt, bay leaves, spice powder, peppercorns and some wine. Then the meat is cooled down under press with some broth that becomes jelly. Then the Kip-kap is cut in slices and served as a snack.



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References

Mysterious Belgian Bar Snacks, Part I: Kip-Kap., www.thirstypilgrim.com

Brussels Specialities, www.europe-cities.com

Langue de porc en gelée, www.forums.supertoinette.com