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Pork strips and a wok, what could be better?
Chunky pork mince! Wet dish cooking is the best result for diced pork. Good with dark sauces.
Well just who has the best marinade for these rib ticklers? I’ll give you a tip, cola is in the ingredients! (don’t tell anyone)
1kg = 2 – 3 pieces
You might have had beef but have you had a pork burger
It’s beginning together all the flavour of pork with the rustic taste of the grill
Pork was meant to be in a burger, you can taste it.
Slow roasted pork belly, who would have thought? All those cooking shows can’t be wrong.
500g = 1 piece
1 kg = 1 piece
Can be cooked several ways successfully real nice in a tangy bbq sauce. Have a go at making your own blend!
500g = 4 – 6 pieces
High quality cutlets will give you flawless results.
500g = 2 – 3 pieces
Pork eye fillet is the most tender of all. Sweet sweet meat and combined with your favourite spices is a winner.
1kg = 1-2 pieces
An old time fave are these pork loin chops, and economical too!
1 kg = 4 – 6 pieces
Great eating, and just like the fillet it’s slightly larger in size too. Great quality, lean family fare.
Delicious Pork Schnitzel covered in an incredible crunchy crumb mix. This will be a favourite with the kids!
500g = 4 – 5 pieces
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Everybody loves roast pork with crackling. Incredibly good tucker in a weber. Make sure you score, oil and salt the skin for scrummy crackle!
1.5kg = 1 piece
Pork Scotch Fillet otherwise known as Collarbutt. The scotch fillet is a premium roasting cut or can be used in the slow cooker or for any of your favourite chinese dishes.
Full of flavour, its a butchers pick!
A rack of pork full of meaty bits and the bone gives a great flavour, perfect for the smoker