Wiltshire Bacon Recipes

Struggling for meal ideas?  We have a wide range of delicious and easy to follow Wiltshire Bacon Recipes.

Pork is the most commonly consumed meat worldwide.    Freshly cooked, or cured to extend the shelf life, you can also freeze Pork.  As a result you can always keep it on hand for any recipe.   Pork is high in protein, minerals and essential vitamins.  Furthermore it is packed with amino acid so, when eaten in moderation, it is good for overall health.
We have various ways of cooking a Pork, Gammon or Bacon joint for the perfect Sunday lunch.   Other recipes offer the ideal solution to make enjoyable meals for the family, adding wholesome flavour to our Pork products.

Our section provides helpful tips on how to make the most out of the very best quality Gammon, Bacon, Sausages, Pork Joints and Black Pudding.
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Ginger Honey Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Ginger Honey Roasted Pork Tenderloin, packed with great flavours, is a quick and easy to prepare, making it an ideal weekday supper for the family. *Note the recipe recommends marinating overnight so we suggest you do the prep the night before Prep Time: 10mins to make the marinade (do this the night before) 10mins to prepare for the oven Cooking Time: 25 mins Serves 4 INGREDIENTS: 2 packs Wiltshire Bacon pork tenderloins (375g – 425g per pack) 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tsp fresh ginger, grated 2 cloves fresh [...]

Bacon-wrapped Pork Loin Joint

A great idea for a Sunday, combining breakfast and lunch in one go.  In addition, any left overs will make tasty sandwiches for the next day.   Roast a tray of potatoes in the oven at the same time, and dinner is all set. Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 50 minutes per kilo Yield: 4 servings Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1.5kg Wiltshire Bacon pork loin joint 1 pack Wiltshire Bacon unsmoked back rindless bacon 170g pack stuffing (unless you have time to make your own) Method Heat the [...]

Pigs in blankets, black pudding style  

Pigs in Blankets - With black pudding being described as a Superfood and our sausages containing over 85% prime pork, this seasonal treat can be used to provide an alternative snack for all the family at any time of the year.  All you need is 1 pack of Wiltshire Bacon Streaky Bacon, 200g of Black Pudding Ring and 6  Thick Pork Sausages. Remove the skin from the black pudding and trim off each end.  Cut the black pudding roll in half [...]

Why we think our Sausages are special at Wiltshire Bacon

As soon as you bite into one of our Sausages you will instantly recognise the difference from most sausages you are likely to have eaten. All our products made from British Outdoor Reared Pork.  Our Sausages are made from primal cuts of lean shoulder pork with 100% pork meat, not fat, skin or meat from other areas of the pig that can be dry and less appetising.  Furthermore when we make our sausages, we use a natural casing which means [...]

Slow Roasted Belly of Pork

Rolled Slow Roasted Belly of Pork – Seasoned and Roasted to Perfection Preparation Time: 5 Minutes to saute and roll Slow Roasted Belly of Pork. We recommend to leave overnight to marinate although you can cook straight away if necessary. Cooking Time: About 3 Hours Serves 6 Ingredients Stick of Celery Generous Amount of Black Pepper 1tbls Sea Salt Bunch of Oregano Fresh Basil 3 tbls of Olive Oil 2kg Pork Belly 50cm Butchers String Cooking Method for Slow Roasted Belly of Pork  Preheat oven to 200C/Gas 6. Chop Celery into rings and Sauté [...]

Sausage Casserole Recipe

Sausage Casserole Recipe - A Delicious Winter Warmer Our sausage casserole recipe is a fantastic winter meal.   Wiltshire Bacon's Cumberland Sausages & Smoked Streaky Bacon together deliver a truly unique flavour. This warming & filling dish is delicious with some warm crusty bread. Perfect for freezing. Preparation time: Around 45mins Cooking time: Around 45 - 60mins Serves: 6 Ingredients 1 tbsp oil 1 kilo Wiltshire Bacon Cumberland Sausages 6 rashers of Wiltshire Bacon smoked streaky bacon, cut into 1-inch strips 2 onions 100g sliced chestnut mushrooms 2 garlic cloves, crushed 1 tsp smoked paprika 400g tin chopped tomatoes 325ml [...]

Cooking Your Bacon Collar Joint This Christmas

All you need to know for cooking your Bacon Collar Joint this Christmas The bacon collar joint is a cured shoulder of pork that is cooked and served whole, rather than sliced. Best served hot, collar joints are beautifully marbled with fat so are full of flavour, which also makes them so easy to cook. We like to think that the way we look after our pigs, rearing them outdoors with plenty of fresh air, makes them taste even better supported [...]

Eggy Bacon Breakfast Pizza

Eggy Bacon Breakfast Pizza might not seem like the world’s most conventional breakfast idea, but we promise that with our British dry-cured bacon, it won’t be something you regret. Alternatively, these small dough treats (around six from the ingredients listed) will feed you at any time of the day with their delicious blend of flavours. Ingredients to make 6 Eggy Bacon Breakfast Pizza: Dough: 450g flour 10g yeast 300ml lukewarm water 25ml extra virgin olive oil Sea salt 6 tomatoes Eighteen rashers of Wiltshire Bacon’s unsmoked back bacon 6 [...]

How To Make A Bacon Sandwich – Option 1

How To Make A Bacon Sandwich.  It goes without saying, or maybe we are biased.  The secret to making the best bacon sandwich is in the bacon.  That is why we use Wiltshire Dry Cured Bacon.  But don't forget the bread and what's on it.  With all the websites and blogs on How To Make A Bacon Sandwich, remember it's all very much about personal taste.  So it seems only right for us to write about what our customers [...]

Roast Loin of Pork

If you browse the internet for Roast Loin of Pork there has been a lot of different methods posted and researched to produce the ultimate roast pork loin and of course the crispy crackling. Some of it makes very interesting reading-methods suggested include blow torches and hot air guns! It is easier than it seems and if you follow this example you should have perfectly roasted pork and crackling. Step 1 Start with the Outdoor Reared Pork Loin. The pork has a [...]