BBQ Pork Belly

This is one of our go to BBQ recipes when we have a good group to cater for. The recipe is for a full low 'n' slow BBQ, but of course you could do the main cook in the oven. You'd need to use an oven thermometer to get the temperature right, but gas mark 1/2 should be about right. You could then finish off on the grill, basting with BBQ sauce until it's thick and sticky! BBQ Pork Belly This is simply one of the best BBQ dishes ever. Pork belly stays beautifully moist, and takes on all the wonderful flavours of the rub and smoke. BBQ with lid 1 whole Pork Belly (approx 2kg, bones in, skin removed and fat…

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Stir Fry Udon Noodles with Char Siu Pork

Sometimes nothing hits the spot like a meaty stir fry. Lashings of flavour, quick and easy to cook, and far healthier than most takeaway meals. This version uses thick udon noodles for more bite, especially tasty in the wholewheat versions. Char siu pork is such a fantastic dish, and far easier to replicate at home than more people realise. Although often served in buns or as part of a rice dish, it makes a great add to a stir fry. Stir Fry Udon Noodles with Char Siu Pork Thick noodles, fresh vegetables and succulent pork belly in a tasty hoi sin sauce 700 g pork belly (remove the skin but keep the fat)3 star anise2 tsp Chinese five spice powder4 cloves garlic60…

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