Neck Bones and Gravy Recipe( Soul Food)

Here is a simple recipe for Pork Neck bones and Gravy. This meal is a soul food favorite! There are many ways to make neck bones. With this recipe, we will be baking them in the oven. We’re going to smother our meat with a delicious homemade pork and onion gravy. My suggestions for side dishes are my sweet cornbread,and my delicious southern style collard greens. Also, I recommend having a lot of hot sauce on hand!

 

Neck Bones and Gravy Recipe( Soul Food)

Ingredients

2 pounds of Pork Neck Bones( plain, not smoked)

1/2 cup of all purpose flour

2 TBS of vegetable oil

1 TSP of seasoning salt

1 TBS of minced onion

1/4 TSP of black pepper

1 cup of water

1 TBS of garlic powder

Instructions

  1. FIRST STEP, RINSE YOUR MEAT WITH COOL WATER.
  2. PLACE YOUR NECK BONES IN YOUR BAKE PAN, WITH THE BONE DOWN.
  3. SEASON YOUR MAT WITH YOUR SEASONS AND ONION.
  4. POUR THE WATER IN YOUR PAN AND COVER YOUR MEAT AND BAKE IT ON 375 FOR 35 MINUTES.
  5. ABOUT 30 MINUTES INTO COOKING YOUR NECK BONES, YOU WANT TO START MAKING YOUR GRAVY. YOU WILL DO THIS BY ADDING 2 TABLESPOONS OF VEGETABLE OIL IN A SAUCE PAN O SKILLET.
  6. GET YOUR OIL NICE AND HOT, ON MEDIUM HIGH HEAT.
  7. ONCE YOUR OIL IS HOT ADD 1/4 CUP OF FLOUR. COOK YOUR FLOUR UNTIL YOU REACH A PRETTY BROWN COLOR.
  8. TAKE YOUR NECK BONES OUT OF THE OVEN, AND UNCOVER THEM. DISH YOUR FLOUR INTO THE PAN ALONG WITH THE NECK BONES( BE CAREFUL! IT'S EXTREMELY HOT!) MIX THE FLOUR WITH THE LIQUID IN THE PAN.
  9. TAKE YOUR LEFT OVER FLOUR AND SPRINKLE IT OVER YOUR PORK. YOU WILL NOTICE THAT YOU NOW HAVE A GRAVY.
  10. GIVE THE POT A FEW MORE STIRS, THEN COVER THE MEAT AND PLACE IT BACK IN THE OVEN FOR 25 MORE MINUTES ON 350.
  11. REMOVE FROM THE OVEN, AND LET COOL FOR 5 MINUTES.
  12. SERVE!
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Comments

  1. Nat says

    I would LOOOVE to c a video for this…it looks so lishus!!! And I def need help w making homemade gravy..lol :-( please let me know if u can or not.
    Thanks Nat

  2. Joseph says

    Thank you for posting and sharing the incredible recipe’s. I’m trying the neckbones tonight and looking forward to eating them. lol I grew up eating fresh, whole foods we refer to as “soul food.” prepared by my Elders. I payed attention as my Grandmother and Great Aunts were in the kitchen but, I missed the session on neckbones. ;)

    Thank again,
    Joseph

  3. Nicole C says

    I’m making these today! I can’t wait to see how they turn out. I used to eat neckbones as a kid all the time, now this will be my kids first time having them. Thanks for the recipe!

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