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 in hand for any recipe.   Pork is high in protein, minerals and essential vitamins.  Furthermore it is packed with amino acid so most noteworthy is that, 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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Barbecue Pork Ribs

Barbecue Pork Ribs-we all like food that is quick and easy to prepare and produces excellent results. These ribs from our outdoor-reared pigs are sure to impress with the slightly sticky sauce that has a hint of chilli. For best results leave the ribs to marinate overnight in the refrigerator. Cook time 50 minutes - Prep time 10 minutes+marinade overnight if possible. Ingredients 1-1.3kg Pork Ribs 2 tbsp honey 4 tbsp tomato ketchup 3 tbsp light soy sauce 4 tbsp Worcester Sauce 2 chillies 2 cloves garlic Pinch black pepper 1 [...]

Roast Loin of Pork with Garlic, Rosemary & Sage

This little addition is to our previous recipe for The Roast Pork Loin with Crackling and it makes a very tasty alternative. Prepare the herbs and click the link to follow the recipe-it's as easy as that! Ingredients 3 garlic cloves, a handful of fresh rosemary, fresh sage, pinch black peppercorns and 4 tablespoons good quality oil-olive/rapeseed/sunflower-take your choice. Rinse the herbs, peel the garlic and add to the liquidizer with the oil and black pepper(or pestle and mortar if you have one) Take [...]

Slowly Cooked Bacon Fore End

I like this recipe, its a 'no fuss, no faff can't go wrong recipe doesn't even need a set of scales and takes very little time to prepare. I have made this many times, never weighted the ingredients once and always turns out delicious. Fore end joint- it's a fantastic bacon joint that is always underestimated-flavour second to none and if you buy from the Wiltshire Bacon Company our butchers have already deboned, trimmed and prepared it ready to go. So, [...]

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 [...]

Cooking Gammon Steaks on the Barbecue

In case you hadn't noticed it is British Summer Time - so it's time to light the barbecue. 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 plenty of time to get to [...]

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 [...]