Pork fillet is both lean and delicious. Find loads of pork fillet recipes here, for everything from a quick midweek supper to a succulent slow cooker dish.
This is the most authentic sweet and sour pork recipe you'll ever find. Best part is that there are no hard-to-find ingredients. Better than a takeaway!
A hoisin and soy marinade adds rich colour and an Oriental flavour to roasted pork. Try serving with ribbons of carrots, courgettes and spring onions stir-fried in chicken stock with a little oyster sauce, tossed with egg thread noodles.
Tender pork with pears is a classic combination. Add a light and creamy tarragon-scented sauce for a special main course dish – ideal for smart but simple entertaining. Serve with lemon rice and steamed asparagus or broccoli. Delicious!
The simple Oriental technique of stir-frying is perfect for preparing meals in a hurry. It is also a great healthy cooking method because it uses just a small amount of oil and cooks vegetables quickly so that most of their beneficial vitamins and minerals are preserved.
A super fast and healthy mid week stir fry with pork, red pepper, green beans, satay sauce and soy, garnished with basil.
The beer is the key to this simple but delicious slow cooker recipe. Add your favourite spices to give it a different flavour. This recipe is very flexible! And best of all, the leftovers can be used for stew or sandwiches.
A delicious and easy marinade for pork. Serve with stir-fried vegetables and rice.
Control the chilli and you control the heat in this pork and vegetable stir-fry. Cubes of marinated pork are cooked quickly with ginger, carrots and mange-tout, and then flavoured with lime juice, soy, vinegar and sesame oil. Add chilli oil to taste.
Lean pork marinated in a zesty Mexican spice and citrus mixture is griddled until succulent, then sliced thinly and served in soft flour tortillas. The finishing touch is a fresh avocado salsa.
Like it or not, the chow mein you taste from the food stalls in Shanghai are very hard to replicate at home. Probably because they are fried twice! The good news is, my homemade chow mein tastes amazing!