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Native Breed Pork Back Fat – 1kg

The texture and colour of native breed pork back fat is perfect for making salami and other charcuterie.

Pork back fat plays a crucial role in many charcuterie recipes, providing the fat content necessary for successful curing and preserving. Whether making classic French pâté, Italian salami, or British black pudding, pork back fat is often the key ingredient that makes the difference between a mediocre and a truly exceptional product.

IMPORTANT: This fat is ideal if you want to fine dice it or mince it for sausages or salami. If you want thicker pieces, click here.

£9.95

As the trend for indulgent cooking continues to sweep the nation, one ingredient is making a comeback in kitchens across the country: pork back fat.

This unctuous, tasty fat is a favourite of chefs and home cooks alike, prized for its ability to add richness and depth to a range of dishes. From crispy roast potatoes to flaky pastries and hearty stews, pork back fat is the secret weapon that elevates humble ingredients to gourmet status.

But it’s not just its culinary properties that are driving the resurgence of this ingredient. Pork back fat is also packed with health benefits, including high levels of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which can help to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Of course, sourcing quality pork back fat is key to getting the best results in your cooking.

So why not try incorporating pork back fat into your next culinary creation? Whether you’re looking to impress dinner guests or simply treat yourself to a little indulgence, this versatile ingredient is sure to deliver the flavour and texture you crave.

In addition to its use in everyday cooking, pork back fat is also a staple ingredient in the art of charcuterie making.

Charcuterie is the ancient craft of preserving meat through methods such as curing, smoking, and drying. Traditionally used in European cuisine, charcuterie has seen a revival in recent years and is now a popular culinary trend worldwide.

Pork back fat plays a crucial role in many charcuterie recipes, providing the fat content necessary for successful curing and preserving. Whether making classic French pâté, Italian salami, or British black pudding, pork back fat is often the key ingredient that makes the difference between a mediocre and a truly exceptional product.

Whether used in everyday cooking or in the art of charcuterie making, pork back fat is a versatile ingredient that offers both flavour and health benefits. So why not embrace this culinary trend and discover the many delicious ways to incorporate this ingredient into your own creations?

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As the trend for indulgent cooking continues to sweep the nation, one ingredient is making a comeback in kitchens across the country: pork back fat.

This unctuous, tasty fat is a favourite of chefs and home cooks alike, prized for its ability to add richness and depth to a range of dishes. From crispy roast potatoes to flaky pastries and hearty stews, pork back fat is the secret weapon that elevates humble ingredients to gourmet status.

But it’s not just its culinary properties that are driving the resurgence of this ingredient. Pork back fat is also packed with health benefits, including high levels of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which can help to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Of course, sourcing quality pork back fat is key to getting the best results in your cooking.

So why not try incorporating pork back fat into your next culinary creation? Whether you’re looking to impress dinner guests or simply treat yourself to a little indulgence, this versatile ingredient is sure to deliver the flavour and texture you crave.

We prepare your order in our butchery on the day before delivery to ensure that everything reaches you in the best condition.

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We use a courier service. They will notify you on the morning of delivery with an estimated time for delivery.

Delivery is free on orders over £50. (under £50 = £12.95) Sorry This is due to the cost involved in our chilled packaging and courier cost.

 

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