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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Maple Bacon Ice-Cream

Maple Bacon Ice-Cream is a frozen treat like no other.  This unique use of our smoked bacon is ideal as a dessert with a difference this summer.  Maple syrup and bacon are a popular combination of flavours so this recipe will guide you through creating maple ice cream with brittle bacon to churn into it. You’ll need an ice cream maker to make around a litre of bacon ice cream with this recipe. The bacon mixture will produce enough for multiple [...]

Bacon Sausage and Black Pudding Rice

What could be better than a recipe that combines three of our delicious products, black pudding, streaky bacon and delicious pork sausages? Although a simple dish to prepare, the combination of these three tastes delivers an end result that is truly exquisite. Ingredients for Bacon Sausage and Black Pudding Rice: Two tablespoons olive oil A large onion 250g of our outdoor-reared pork sausages Salt and pepper 250g of Wiltshire Bacon’s outdoor-reared unsmoked streaky bacon Up to 500g long-grain rice (basmati is best for this dish) 250g of Wiltshire Bacon's [...]

Gammon Hock slowly cooked in Cola

This simple recipe makes a wonderful meal from this very versatile joint. Just add all the ingredients and leave to cook, great if you are busy or out for the day to come home to this hearty dish. We recommend using a slow cooker for the simplicity-if you don't have one then place in a large casserole dish with a lid. Feeds:4 Preparation Time:5 minutes - Cooking Time:4 hours in a slow cooker or 3 hours 30 in the oven Gammon Hock [...]

Sweet Bacon Cornbread

Cornbread is a bread made using cornmeal which is readily available now. In this recipe, we use our streaky bacon from our outdoor-reared pigs combined with dates, sultanas and a drop of honey for the extra sweetness. The buttery light texture of the bread combined with the bacon is absolutely delicious and sure to impress the family. Make as one bread or spoon into muffin cases for an alternative. Ingredients 350g Dry Cured Streaky Bacon. 40g unsalted butter 300g cornmeal 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp honey 2 eggs Sultanas, [...]

Rustic Pork and Apple Terrine

This really simple recipe for cooking Gammon Hock (see also How to Cook Gammon Hock), is a wonderful alternative to traditional pate. The end result looks great and makes a lovely lunch or starter, served with French bread and cornichons. (Cornichons are small pickled gherkins traditionally served as a condiment with a number of classical French dishes like pâté). For this rustic pork terrine, the freshness of the parsley and the capers, and the sweet sharpness of the apple make the perfect partners to [...]

How To Cook Gammon Hock

Cooked ham hock is a really versatile ingredient for all sorts of dishes. Follow this recipe to prepare our gammon hock, then use it in one of our other recipes – perhaps this delicious Ham & Leek Pie, or this Rustic Pork Terrine. Note – the quantities here were used to cook a roughly 1.2kg gammon hock, but you could multiply up to cook any of our gammon hock joints. Ingredients 1.2kg Wiltshire Cure Gammon Hock 1litre cider 1 large onion 1 tbsp whole cloves 1 [...]

Tasty Gammon Strips

This easy recipe for gammon strips won’t take you too long to prepare, just fifteen minutes for preparation and cooking. They’re an ideal, quick snack with a beautiful look and taste – even more so with our very own gammon steaks from outdoor-reared pigs. Ingredients 250g tasty gammon steaks 5 tablespoons olive oil 3 tablespoons sesame oil A tablespoon honey (of the less viscous variety) 80ml soy sauce 60ml red wine vinegar 2 eggs Lettuce or other salad 50g blueberries 50g dried cranberries Salt and pepper Step 1 Create a dressing my whisking [...]

Gammon Steaks on the Barbecue

You don't need to wait until the sun is shining to Cook Gammon Steaks on the Barbecue.  This is an all year round delight. This is a very easy recipe to compliment our gammon steaks. Preparation time 10 mins. Cooking 8-10 mins You will need for 4 servings: 4 x Wiltshire Bacon Co Gammon Steaks - smoked or unsmoked - your choice 200g brown sugar 1 tablespoon horseradish 2 lemons Knob butter & half a fresh chilli Step 1 Get the gas on or light the charcoal and give it [...]

Bacon Vegetable and Cheddar Pie

If you’ve tried our cheesy ham and leek pie, it will take just three words to set your mouth watering: pork, cheese and pie. This particular delight uses our unsmoked streaky bacon from British outdoor-reared pigs alongside numerous vegetables and delicious, melty Cheddar cheese. Expect to set aside a fair amount of time for preparation of all the vegetables, plus around an hour for baking, to serve five lucky diners. Ingredients Around half a kilogram of potatoes 225g carrots 50g mushrooms 3 tomatoes An onion 175g beautiful [...]

Roast Gammon with Orange & Chilli

This is a great twist on the classic honey-glazed ham, using our oyster gammon joint. The oyster gammon joint is a beautifully succulent cut of pork with the fat and rind left on, perfect for roasting and taking a glaze. First the joint is boiled in ginger beer with bay and sage (which has a lovely warmth to it, great for pairing with spice), then it’s smothered with honey, chilli and orange and roasted until the top is a [...]