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Rare Breed Pork Belly

Wonderful succulent belly joint from our rare breed pork.

£13.69£35.59

Approximate Weight: As shown
Serves: Allow around 350-400g per person.
Shelf life: Min 5 Days
Delivery: Always available. Pick a date at checkout.

Free Delivery over £45. 

£8.95 for orders <£45 – Choose your delivery day at the checkout

Because of the way our rare breed pork is reared and the natural diet our pigs enjoy, there’s a wonderful layer of fat on our belly joints. This adds great flavour and keeps the meat moist during cooking. Not only that it’s “good fat”!

The joint that will arrive will be a flat piece of rare breed belly pork with the skin on and the rib bones intact. Roasting on the bone will retain the moisture in the pork.

Our belly pork is from locally reared rare breed pork. We like to age our pork for as long as practical, usually seven days. This allows the meat to tenderise and the flavour to intensify.

If you prefer it, you can also buy pork belly boned and rolled here >>

We also have whole pork bellies here >>

Pork belly for making bacon at home >>

Some Tips for Perfect Roast Pork Belly

Our pork belly is from North Yorkshire, rare breed pork that has grown slowly and put on fat naturally. This adds to the flavour and makes it perfect for slow roasting. It will arrive as either a flat piece or as a rolled joint, depending on your order.

The day before you intend to cook your pork belly, take it out of the vacuum pack that it arrived in and sit it on a rack or plate in the fridge. This will allow the air to circulate around the skin and for any odour that has developed from the packaging to dissipate. The process of vacuum packing sometimes removes juices from the meat that can develop an odour. After an hour or so, sprinkle the skin with some fine sea salt and cover it with a clean tea towel overnight. The idea being to get the skin as dry as possible.

Take the pork out of the fridge an hour or so before you intend to cook it to allow it to relax and come to room temperature. Preheat the oven to 220C/425F/gas mark 7. Give the skin a final pat to dry it and sprinkle with sea salt.

If you have a flat piece of pork it will be fine in a roasting tin, perhaps with some sliced onions underneath for making the gravy. A boned and rolled piece may be better sat on a rack, if you have one, to allow the air to circulate and crisp the skin all round.

Roast the belly pork in the hot oven until the skin starts to crackle. Check the pork regularly to make sure it’s not burning and turn it around if you think you’re getting an uneven crisping.. When you’re happy, turn the oven down to 140C/275F/gas mark 1 and cook for a further 2-3 hours until the meat is perfectly tender. The internal temperature should be above 80C, when measured with a meat thermometer.

Allow the pork to rest for at least 20 minutes for all the juices to be re-absorbed and for the meat to relax.

If your pork is cooked but the crackling is not quite crisp enough, just remove the crackling by slicing it away as close to the meat as possible. Put it back in the oven or under a grill to crisp up while the rest of the meat rests.

Our butchers tips

Because of the way our rare breed pork is reared and the natural diet our pigs enjoy, there’s a wonderful layer of fat on our belly joints. This adds great flavour and keeps the meat moist during cooking. Not only that it’s “good fat”!

The joint that will arrive will be a flat piece of rare breed belly pork with the skin on and the rib bones intact. Roasting on the bone will retain the moisture in the pork.

Our belly pork is from locally reared rare breed pork. We like to age our pork for as long as practical, usually seven days. This allows the meat to tenderise and the flavour to intensify.

If you prefer it, you can also buy pork belly boned and rolled here >>

We also have whole pork bellies here >>

Pork belly for making bacon at home >>

Some Tips for Perfect Roast Pork Belly

Our pork belly is from North Yorkshire, rare breed pork that has grown slowly and put on fat naturally. This adds to the flavour and makes it perfect for slow roasting. It will arrive as either a flat piece or as a rolled joint, depending on your order.

The day before you intend to cook your pork belly, take it out of the vacuum pack that it arrived in and sit it on a rack or plate in the fridge. This will allow the air to circulate around the skin and for any odour that has developed from the packaging to dissipate. The process of vacuum packing sometimes removes juices from the meat that can develop an odour. After an hour or so, sprinkle the skin with some fine sea salt and cover it with a clean tea towel overnight. The idea being to get the skin as dry as possible.

Take the pork out of the fridge an hour or so before you intend to cook it to allow it to relax and come to room temperature. Preheat the oven to 220C/425F/gas mark 7. Give the skin a final pat to dry it and sprinkle with sea salt.

If you have a flat piece of pork it will be fine in a roasting tin, perhaps with some sliced onions underneath for making the gravy. A boned and rolled piece may be better sat on a rack, if you have one, to allow the air to circulate and crisp the skin all round.

Roast the belly pork in the hot oven until the skin starts to crackle. Check the pork regularly to make sure it’s not burning and turn it around if you think you’re getting an uneven crisping.. When you’re happy, turn the oven down to 140C/275F/gas mark 1 and cook for a further 2-3 hours until the meat is perfectly tender. The internal temperature should be above 80C, when measured with a meat thermometer.

Allow the pork to rest for at least 20 minutes for all the juices to be re-absorbed and for the meat to relax.

If your pork is cooked but the crackling is not quite crisp enough, just remove the crackling by slicing it away as close to the meat as possible. Put it back in the oven or under a grill to crisp up while the rest of the meat rests.

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

UK MAINLAND DELIVERIES

We deliver on a next day service throughout the UK mainland (please see below for restrictions). Your order is shipped in an insulated box.

Our delivery service allows you to pick a delivery date in advance when you reach the checkout. Our delivery days are Tuesday to Friday.

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 £45.

 

Restricted Areas

WE PROVIDE A TWO DAY SERVICE TO THE FOLLOWING AREAS. THIS IS NOT SUITABLE IN VERY HOT WEATHER These are:

Scottish Mainland – AB30, AB33-AB36, DD8, DD9, FK16

Scottish Highlands – AB37-AB38, AB42-AB45, AB53-AB56, IV21-IV24, IV26-IV28, IV40, IV52-IV54, KW1-KW14, PA36, PA40, PH30-PH33, PH34-PH41

Scottish Offshore – HS1-HS9, IV41-IV51, IV54-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20, PA41-PA49, PA62-PA76, PH42-PH44, ZE1-ZE3 –

Northern Ireland – WE ARE UNABLE TO SHIP TO NORTHERN IRELAND AT THE MOMENT

FREE LOCAL DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £25

WE’RE NOW OFFERING FREE DELIVERY IN CERTAIN POST CODE AREAS AROUND SKIPTON, ILKLEY, OTLEY, HARROGATE, RIPON, PATELY BRIDGE AND GRASSINGTON.

The post codes included are the following: HG1, HG2, HG3, HG4, LS21, LS29, BD20, BD23.

When you get to the checkout and enter your delivery address, you should automatically qualify for this option. If this doesn’t happen, please let us know. 

Our delivery days will be Thursday & Friday each week. Please select the day you would prefer, we’ll be in touch if there’s a problem. If you need something on a different day, please get in touch and we’ll do our very best to help.