Pick Pork for a midweek meal in minutes.
Bored with your usual meals? Try succulent and scrumptiously satisfying pork for a change! Let us tempt and inspire you with lots of ideas for healthy, quick and easy meals using lean pork loin medallions that will leave your taste buds tingling…
Cooking with Lucy & Cecilia
Check out our video of health & fitness guru Lucy Mecklenburgh showing Personal Trainer Cecilia Harris that cooking pork for the family midweek is no sweat, with this delicious Pork Tacos recipe.
Watch the video here…
Thinking of putting pork on your midweek menu, then we’ve got the recipe for you! From Speedy Five-Spice Pork with Noodles to Creamy Lemon Pork with Pasta and Peas. Have a look at our healthy, quick and easy recipes for some midweek meal inspiration. Packed with flavours inspired by cuisines from around the world.
Get your free recipe booklet
If that’s not enough to set your heart racing, we have six temptingly tasty, globally inspired recipes for you in our new recipe booklet. These recipes are healthy (no red nutrition traffic lights in sight!), quick and easy – ready in 35 minutes or less. Download the recipe booklet below.
Not confident cooking with pork?
If you are like many others who are more of a ‘take it out the packet’ rather than a ‘take it out the oven’ kind of chef, then we’re here to help.
Watch our recipe videos below to help turn those chef might’s into chef whites! These recipes are perfect for January 'new year, new you' resolutions time.
Did you know?...
Pork medallions are just as healthy as chicken breasts*. In fact pork is naturally rich in protein, low in sodium and provides 9 vitamins and minerals** that contribute towards good health and wellbeing. To find out more about how pork can be low in fat, click here.
*Both pork and chicken are naturally rich in protein. Protein helps muscle growth. This relates to pork loin medallions and fillet medallions trimmed of visible fat and to skinless chicken breasts.
**Thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, selenium and pantothenic acid.