Top 5 Pork Belly Recipes @ Not Quite Nigella


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Top 5 Pork Belly Recipes

We start with the classic pork belly with crunchy crackers. This is a clever but simple method that keeps the meat so soft and melty, makes the fat but crisps the crackling perfectly so you can hear that crackle!

Top 5 Pork Belly Recipes

I LOVE Kakuni! This is a Japanese slow-cooked pork belly, slow-cooked for the most delicious ginger-scented melt-in-the-mouth pork. You don’t have to go to a Japanese restaurant for this – it’s also so easy to make at home!

Top 5 Pork Belly Recipes

This is a great dish, especially if you have leftover pork belly. Soft pieces of pork belly are combined with apples in a delicious pie. It’s perfect for the weekend too!

Top 5 Pork Belly Recipes

I’m a bit obsessed with making things in a rice cooker and this ginger pork belly is a meal in one – there’s even rice and hard boiled eggs in this Asian flavored pork belly and all you have to do is add everything into the rice cooker and let it work!

Top 5 Pork Belly Recipes

Red baked pork belly is the name of a classic Chinese dish of pork belly usually prepared for festivals. It’s a two-part recipe that produces a wonderfully smooth pork belly with incredible depth of flavor. Perfect if you want something a little special for dinner.

So tell me dear reader, do you like pork belly? What dish would you like to eat right now?


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