This is better than any pea and ham soup you could ever make. If you by a bag of bacon bits(good economical buying), good and chunky, you may need to make the pieces a little smaller but don't make the pieces too small.
This recipe is a lot of work, but worth the effort. If you want to make your own BBQ sauce try this recipe.
Slow cooked pork spare ribs are a wonderful treat. This recipe also works really well for chicken breasts.
This is an easy pork dish with a peanut sauce that your whole family will enjoy.
This is the easiest recipe, but so delicious, the meat will fall off the bone.
Place all the vegetables with the pork chops in the slow cooker then relax; 6 hours later the preparation is forgotten and you are enjoying a hearty casserole.
This is based on the American style pulled pork but as I don't have a smoker this is a good substitute. It has all the complex flavours minus the smoke. The tips section includes how to smoke it American BBQ style or make it in a slow cooker.
For this recipe you can use pork belly slices (cubed) or pork pieces also. Note: make up 1 cup of stock as you may need to add extra fluid if needed, but the end result should be lovely sticky and melt in the mouth meat with very little sauce left over. I like to serve this with steamed rice and some green veges or a light salad.
If you have high cholesterol, then this is the soup for you! It is a fat free, hearty soup guaranteed to fill you up. Lentils, pearl barley, garlic and vegetables are heart friendly and the addition of pork makes it an all round meal in a bowl.
This yummy pork dish is stewed all day in a slow cooked with rosemary, mushrooms, onions, sherry and potatoes. Simple and delicious, it is easy to make and easy to customise.