How long do people boils their roe heads for?
I've a burco boiler and a camping stove/pan set up. I'm never really happy with how clean I can get my heads. The burco doesn't seem to get as hot as the pan.
I pressure wash the heads off and always seem to be left with some stubborn bits of gristle/fat, especially on the crown of the skull.
I'd appreciate input on how long others boil their heads for and whether you have any indicators as to when I head is ready for cleaning? I normally do them for about 20-30 mins and I'm always conscious of over boiling and the skull falling to bits under the pressure washer (I prefer to clean the full skull rather than cut).
To be honest, my cleanest heads are those that I've allowed to rot out in the skin, then boiled off the 'mummified' remains.