Ok, here’s the thing about belly pork: It’s like 90% fat. That’s fine, but it can be easy to cook it in such a way that when you’re done eating it you kind of wish you hadn’t. There are also ways to cook it that can almost make you kid yourself that it’s kind of healthy. This is closer to one of those. It’s inspired by a pork dish I ate in Madrid in a restaurant that had no English menus. It was snowing outside at the time (yeah, I visited Madrid in late November) and we didn’t want to move on to a different restaurant because the one we were in was warm. So we just pointed at the menu and hoped for the best. It worked out ok.
I used one red pepper as I prefer it and it's all I had in the cupboard. I put a little oil on the potatoes to crisp them up a little and sprinkled paprika over the tray before baking. It was absolutely delicious, although fairly time-consuming. - 15 Mar 2016