Pork recipes

Here are some of my favourite pork recipes. Click on the description or the photo itself to take you to the delicious recipe

This is one of my favourite recipes and a perfect meal for a cold winter evening. The recipe uses pork tenderloin combined with the earthy flavour of beer, cooked until the pork is melt in your mouth tender.

This dish is so lovely and rich. By slowly cooking the pork in the cider, the pork becomes melt in your mouth tender. Add in some iron rich spinach and creamy mash and you have the perfect dish for a cold Sunday afternoon.

This is the ultimate in moreish pasta. Lovely fresh tagliatelle coated in a creamy sauce that's infused with fresh sage and a big whack of parmesan. Add in a couple of juicy pork chops and you have a recipe that looks great, tastes great and is super easy.

Creamy mushrooms and a nice meaty pork chop. Add in a bit of feel-good from the healthy spinach with a nice dollop of mashed potato, and you have a perfect weeknight meal in front of the telly. Big food packed with big flavour.

Some ingredients are just meant to be together and roast pork with cider is a great example. This is a great dish if you're looking to make a little more effort, but the rewards will be worth it. Pork tenderloin is such a succulent cut that it lends itself perfectly to the addition of a mushroom stuffing.

This is such a lovely comfort dish. Roast pork chops are so nice that I could eat them on their own anyway, but add in the creamy apples and the mashed potato and you have a sure fire winner. This is a three part recipe.

Nothing says British more than sausage and mash. It's one of our nation's traditional favourites, and what could be better than to put it in a pie! Shortcrust pastry filled with mash and sausage pieces, and a generous helping of onion gravy oozing out. It's a pie lovers dream.

My sticky chops are infused with a gooey mix of lemon, thyme and honey. The flavours go great with pork and they couldn't be simpler to prepare. These chops are great to throw on the barbecue or pop in the oven and serve with a nice salad.

This week's newsletter recipe is for my Tangy Lamb Tagine. This is a great dish packed with flavour - all you have to do is throw a bunch of ingredients in a pot and let them cook for a couple of hours and the result is magic! Slow cooked lamb shoulder, with the sweetness of apricot and the gentle heat of cayenne pepper - this dish will warm up your senses in no time.

Throughout November, the theme for my newsletters is 'Winter Warmers'. Each of this month's delicious recipes contain just enough spice to warm those winter months. I have 4 great exclusive recipes and cook-along videos for you, from Satay Pork to Curried Cauliflower Soup. With valuable cooking tips & fun food news from around the web, sign up for free today.

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