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Buy Pork Belly

Buy Pork Belly

£6.88
Free range pork belly is an ideal choice for the chef who loves to slow roast.  The fat on this lovely joint of pork runs through the center and just disappears with cooking to leave a succulent, crispy joint that just falls off the bone.

Wonderful flavours and a really popular choice with top chefs and restaurants alike. Buy pork belly online from Premier Gourmet Foods and you will be guaranteed a wonderful, full flavoured tender joint of pork.

If you are looking for more of a Sunday roast joint, then perhaps you should also take a look at our boneless shoulder of pork or the bonelss pork loin - all lovely low in fat joints of pork.
   

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Ooh this is sooo good,long slow cooked with crispy crackling and meltingly soft meat, great value too - Shelley


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Pork is best cooked to 72*c this will keep the pork juicy and tender, any more and it starts to dry and become tough.
There are 2 basic methods for cooking Pork Dry Heat and Wet Heat generally dry heat methods are best applied to naturally tender cuts of pork, wet heat refers to stews and casseroles that will tenderise a cut.
When Cooking A roast, remove from the oven when the internal temperature reaches 70*c and allow the roast to stand for 10 minutes before slicing. The roasts internal temperature will raise to the required 72*c after removing.
Always ensure pork products are kept on a low shelf in the fridge to avoid cross contamination. Pork should be kept as near to 0*c as possible, if frozen see label for use by date.

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