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Diced Pork

Chunky pork mince! Wet dish cooking is the best result for diced pork. Good with dark sauces.

Diced Pork (Lean)

Correct Weight diced pork is lean and super healthy.

Try diced Pork in tomato sauce, a traditional Asian recipe. Heat a little oil in a large frying pan and sauté onion about 1 minute. Add garlic and sauté a further 1 minute and then add diced pork and stir to brown their pieces evenly. Add cubed potatoes and carrots and stir to mix. Pour water and simmer for about 15 minutes. Blend into tomato sauce, soy sauce and lemon juice. Bring to the boil, then immediately lower heat. Let simmer until pork is thoroughly cooked and potatoes and carrots are tender. Serve with rice or bread.

Forequarter Pork Chop

These chops are one hearty feed.Great for the BBQ as well!

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Marinated Pork Medallions

If you’re a fan of the lean and succulent Pork Medallions, then you’re going to LOVE our marinated Pork Medallions! Smothered in our famous Meatcart Signature Marinade.

500g = 3 – 5 pieces
1kg = 6 – 10 pieces

Minced Pork

Very versatile, pork mince is a favourite in asian dishes and also makes for a tasty twist on rissoles or burgers.

Minced Pork (Lean)

Correct Weight pork mince is lean and super versatile, useful for a wide range of dishes from traditional meat balls to more exotic Asian dishes.

Try replacing the beef mince in your pasta dishes. Or for a healthy stir-fry add some thinly sliced onion and capsicum with a little peanut oil to 450-500g of pork mince. When nearly cooked add 2 tablespoons soy sauce and fresh coriander to flavour and serve with noodles.


Pork Belly

Slow roasted pork belly, who would have thought? All those cooking shows can’t be wrong.

500g = 1 piece

Pork Belly Porchetta Roast

A rolled Pork Belly with infused with a traditional Italian style dry rub. You’ll experience flavours of Fennyl, Rosemary, and Garlic. Incredibly delicious!

1.5kg = 1 piece

Pork Belly Spare Ribs

Can be cooked several ways successfully real nice in a tangy bbq sauce. Have a go at making your own blend!

Pork Cutlet

High quality cutlets will give you flawless results.

Pork Cutlet (Lean)

Correct Weight Pork Cutlets are very lean and produce beautiful tender meat when cooked properly. The secret is to not overcook them. Heat a grill pan to medium. Coat the cutlets with a little olive oil and sprinkle a little salt and pepper.

Cook for 3-5 minutes each side, depending on thickness. Cutlets should still be just a little pink in the middle before removing from pan. Remove, wrap and in foil and rest for 5 minutes.

Pork Fillet

Pork eye fillet is the most tender of all. Sweet sweet meat and combined with your favourite spices is a winner.

1kg = 2 – 3 pieces

Pork Loin Chop

An old time fave are these pork loin chops, and economical too!

500g = 2 – 3 pieces
1kg = 4 – 6 pieces

Pork Medallion

Great eating, and just like the fillet it’s slightly larger in size too. Great quality, lean family fare.

Pork Medallion (Lean)

Correct Weight pork medallions are lean and super healthy.

A simple recipe is pork medallions with lemon and capers. Press some coarse ground pepper onto both sides of 2 pork medallions and heat a little olive oil in a pan over medium heat. Season pork with salt if desired cook until just cooked through, about 4 minutes per side. Transfer medallions to plates and keep warm. Add half cup of chicken stock and a little lemon juice to the pan and boil until reduced by half (about 7 minutes). Whisk in a tablespoon butter or margarine, then had a teaspoon of capers and 4 chopped lemon segments and pour sauce over pork.