Pork - Perfect in so many ways!
With just a few key ingredients you can enhance Porks natural flavours to make a tasty meal which is high in protein and great value. Pork is so versatile whether you are preparing a quick dinner or impressing your guests at the weekend, there are countless Pork recipes. For quick mid-week meals try Oven Baked Pork Chops with Potatoes, Fennel and Red Pepper or Pork with Bacon, Paprika and Butter Beans– both brimming with flavour and on the table in under 1 hour.
If you are having family and friends over this weekend you won't be disappointed by this Rack of Pork with Spinach and Apricot Stuffing. Or switch up your weekend meal with this tasty Slow Cooked Pork Ramen.
The Bord Bia Quality Mark
To get the Bord Bia Quality Mark farmers and producers have to complete three stages. First, they have to meet standards such as: what they produce has to be traceable; they have to be kind to the environment; and the animals must be well treated. Second, farmers and producers have to be independently audited to ensure they’re meeting these standards. The third stage is certification. Our experts come together to decide if the farmer/producer meets the standards and officially passes the audit. If they do, they are allowed use the Quality Mark on products, where relevant. Always look for the Bord Bia Quality Mark on pork so that you know they have been produced to the highest Bord Bia quality standards and where they come from. That means you can relax and enjoy them more.
Nutritional benefits of PORK - Take 5
Pork is a highly nutritious meat. It is a great source of protein and is naturally low in salt. Lean pork only contains 4% fat. Pork contains plenty of vitamins and minerals including all 8 of the B group vitamins and contains zinc and is high in selenium, of which are needed for a healthy immune system. To find out more click here.
Check out our new quick and easy recipe videos below.
Oven Baked Pork Chops with Fennel, Potatoes and Red Peppers
Pork with Bacon, Paprika and Butter Beans
Rack of Pork with Apricot and Spinach Stuffing
Slow Cooked Pork Ramen
Our Pork Recipe Videos featuring Neven Maguire