Slow-roast pork belly with quince
- November 2005
- Serves 6
- Takes 30 minutes to make, 1 hour 40 minutes-2 hours to cook
This slow roasted pork recipe is a perfect centrepiece for a Sunday lunch or dinner party. If you don’t have any quince, you could use a sharp eating apple, like a Granny Smith.
- Gluten-free recipes
- 59.3g (20.9g saturated)
- 22.4g (7.4g sugar)
Although this slow roast pork belly is best with quince, you can use tart eating apples. Buy an outdoor-reared, well-hung piece of pork belly. It should be dark rather than pale pink and not soft or flabby. This is great served with lentils and chopped parsley.
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