Grilled pork medallion with potato wedges in background

How to cook pork

Pork, like any meat, is guaranteed to be tastier when cooked correctly and not overcooked. Different cuts of pork benefit from different cooking methods. For a large joint, like a pork shoulder, it’s best to cook it slowly on a low heat, which will result in tender pulled pork and is incredibly easy to do.

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Part shredded pulled pork on a wooden board, with slow cooker in background.


Looking for money saving tips or batch cooking ideas when cooking with pork? Discover our useful tips for creating delicious pork dishes, and recipe inspiration from a range of foodie influencers.

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Contrary to some beliefs, you can include lean pork as part of a healthy, balanced diet.

Pork loin medallions and pork fillet trimmed of visible fat, are actually low in fat (less than 3% fat) and low in saturated fat (less than 1.5% saturated fat).

These cuts are quick and easy to cook. Pork is naturally rich in protein. Protein helps muscle growth and supports the maintenance of normal bones.

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Pork Cuts

Pork is a versatile and flavourful meat that can be prepared in a variety of ways, making it a staple in many cuisines around the world. One of the most important things to know about pork is the different cuts that are available, each with their own unique characteristics and best cooking methods.

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