Tender, full of flavour, no gristle, no fat, no bones Whilst roasting the Sunday chicken, I placed the pork steaks, covered with stock, in a covered dish on the lower shelf of oven (gas4/5) Use resulting broth for soup or gravy. In 90 minutes meat for a week's meals economically and without effort.
"The Barbecue Star"
Excellent product, Barbecued really well even better if marinaded first.Recommend 12 to 15 minutes at 200C.
They say 5 days + for dates but ours was delivered
They say 5 days + for dates but ours was delivered today (20th) with a use by of 22nd. Not good
Delicious juicy meat!
Delicious juicy meat!
Spot on. CF.
Delicious when cooked well.
Excellent quality but the trick is not to have Pan too hot - that will make it tough. I put it in on a medium hot heat, 4, sear both sides then turn the heat down to moderately low, 3 If it’s cooking too quickly I turn the heat down to 2 I have never found it tough yet. It is fatty but the fat contains the flavour and keeps it from going too dry too quickly. Trim after cooking not before.
Never buy this pork, SO TOUGH, cannot be eaten.
This pork was as tough as old boots, have cooked pork all through my life, did as instructed, fried, hot pan, right time both sides then let it rest for 15 minutes, would not even cut with my sharpest carving knife or a steak knife, when did get small piece off no way could I chew it and I still have my own teeth. !! don't ever buy it, got to a proper butchers who know how to deal with meat and know what they are selling. It is expensive as well. Had to throw away.
One of my faves for slow cooking.
Great for slow cooking with Leeks or other veg of your choice. Also great for freezing until a later date.
Very nice marbling that's great in soup/stew. Howe
Very nice marbling that's great in soup/stew. However—after doing some research—there appears to be some packs with 'boar taint'. It is smelly and off-putting, to be honest. I could only stew them in hard liquor with spices, then remove the fats after (where most of the stink is emitting from). Please make some changes, since it has the potential of being a pleasant purchase!
Super tasty but does need some trimming
This pork shoulder makes an excellent and very tasty stew. I had it with a plain curry sauce last night and although I had to cut some off the fat off for my super fussy children, it was delicious and they really enjoyed it. I cut up the steaks and left some of the fattier bits in larger chunks which I then served to less fussy adults.