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Pork is a tasty and tender meat which lends itself to fast cooking on a weekday night, perfect for frying, stir-fying, grilling or barbecuing in a number of easy pork recipes.
When purchasing pork try to look for the more flavoursome free-range, organic or rare-breed pork which will generally be a deeper pink colour than commercially produced pork.
Whether roasted, pan fried, stuffed or barbequed we have a delicious selection of succulent easy pork recipes to try including pulled pork.
Pulled pork is an American invention which has translated well overseas where the meat is cooked so gently it falls apart in your fingers and melts in your mouth and is perfect stuffed into a roll with a piquant sauce. Try making this at the weekend as it takes longer to prepare and enjoy the fruits of your labour throughout the week.
Whichever way you cut you choose and however you choose to cook the pork possibilities are endless. Enjoy.
David Chang's sticky and succulent pork buns are encased inside a sweet and salty bun.
This simple dish comes with a twist, quite literally. The pork fillets are braided together before being pan fried in butter and olive oil in this Italian recipe which is finished off with a good quality balsamic vinegar.
This is a great recipe to have in your repertoire. Not only is it quick to pepare, it's easy to cook and champions some really big bold flavours. For a quiet night in or a dinner party, this dish will be a sure hit.
This succulent dish is ready in less than half an hour. Meaty pork chops stuffed with earthy mushrooms make for a satisfying dinner perfect mid week.
Pork escalopes are stuffed with cheese and spinach and served with fresh tomatoes on a bed of rocket. A light and tasty way to enjoy pork along with plenty of vegetables.
Smoked and diced pork fits well within this baked satisfying dish that is a meal in one. Perfect for communal eating and sharing with friends and family.
Master these pulled pork sandwiches and brunch will always be at your house, guaranteed.
Italian chef Daniel Facen - owner of Anteprima restaurant near Bergamo, show you on video how to prepare his Suckling pig with artichokes and cocoa brittle recipe.