|1||each||onion||medium, or green onions|
|2||each||jalapeno peppers||fresh, sliced*|
Clean hairs from pork snouts by scrapping them with a knife.
Remove excess fat.
When snouts are clean put the them in a pot and cover with enough water to boil.
When you think that the snouts are tender and soft let them cool off and then cut the snouts into inch size pieces.
Mix the rest of the ingredients in with the cut snouts.
Adjust seasonings to taste
First published: 1996-01-27 last updated: 2012-10-01
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