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Pork and fennel are a match made in heaven. Pop the pork on in the morning, forget about it and then enjoy the rest of the day. Perfect for entertaining. The chump end is the best part of a pig for this roast.
Per serving: 324kcals, 10.2g fat (3.5g saturated), 55g protein, 1.5g carbs, 1.4g sugar, 1.6g salt
Drink good-quality cider here, or go for a rich white for those fennel and lemon flavours. Try a South African Chenin Blanc.
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This is divine the meat is so tender you can cut the pork with a spoon, but in my opinion 6 hours is a touch too long.
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