Southern Recipe Pork Rinds Review

Southern Recipe Pork Rinds ReviewSouthern Recipe Pork Rinds Review
Gifted By: Rudolph Foods
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,


Pork rinds are a Southern staple and for a good reason.  Southern Recipe Pork Rinds are some of the best I have tried. The fried bits of heaven pop in your mouth and leave you wanting just another handful.


I had the opportunity to sample four of the pork rind flavors: original, hot & spicy, BBQ, and Salt & Vinegar. Each flavor was distinct, not to mention, delicious. I love a little heat so the Hot & Spicy flavor was definitely my favorite. It is not overly hot, but has just the right amount of spice. The original flavor is great if you don't want to overwhelm your palate while snacking. The Salt and & Vinegar flavor tastes a lot like salt and vinegar potato chips. If you like those, then you are sure to love these. The BBQ pork rinds are great to enjoy with a burger or hot dog. They have that great, bold BBQ flavor that pairs perfectly with grilled foods.


These pork rinds seriously have the best texture ever. Each bite is so crunchy and tasty. They are almost like pork rind Cheetos! Adults who grew up with pork rinds will go gaga for these pork rinds and kids will love them too.


These Southern Recipe Pork Rinds are the perfect snack to put out for guests, on game day, or next time you grill out. The bowl will be gone before you know it.

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