Nigel slater pork belly recipes

Dish of the Month - Pork Belly and Beans

Dish of the Month - Pork Belly and Beans

I seldom join in Dish of the Month - the challenge run by Farmersgirl Kitchen where we share the Nigel Slater recipes we've cooked - because although I devour every word he writes and every moment he appears on television, I tend to use Nigel's recipes for ideas and inspiration rather then as formulae to cook from
10 ways to roast lamb

10 ways to roast lamb

Nigel slaters slow roast lamb. I’ve always liked Nigel, his simple approach to cooking is a refreshing change from the sometimes hubris ‘showing off’ attitudes of TV chefs, sometimes simple is always best and this recipe is ridiculously easy
Event Review: Laneways Supper Club, Glasgow

Event Review: Laneways Supper Club, Glasgow

This reminded me of Nigel Slater’s Hangover Beef recipe. Char Sui Pork Belly, Julie’s Street Kitchen. Instead fatty chewy pork belly let out its flavours and the meaty pork slices melted away easily
Sick Days: An Ode to a Spanish Omelette

Sick Days: An Ode to a Spanish Omelette

Day one, I couldn’t actually turn my thoughts into physical things – so other than one half of a tuna sandwich lovingly made for me, I settled on buying Nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers (the first series) from iTunes and whiling the afternoon away watching him stirring up pork and apples in his shallow casserole, folding berries into whipped mascarpone and sizzling sausages with mustard and honey at his perfect, shiny, kitchen island while he cooed softly to the camera
Philip Harben – TV’s first celebrity chef

Philip Harben – TV’s first celebrity chef

Pork Belly prefers Nigel Slater, Lorraine Pascale and James Martin of the current batch – but we are both old enough to remember with affection The Galloping Gourmet, Fanny Craddock, Marguerite Patten and, of course, Philip Harben
crispy chinese pork belly

crispy chinese pork belly

this slight variation on the norm was devised by good old Nigel Slater. as the cold sweats coursed through my body and the taste of this glorious crispy pork belly finally leaves my system I realised that I had just eaten the last of the pork belly that my dear friend Zena delivered to me in December
Honey Roast Pork Belly Strips with Anise

Honey Roast Pork Belly Strips with Anise

Nigel Slater used ribs for this brilliant recipe of his, Honey Roast Ribs with Star Anise. But I didn't have any and was desperate to make it, so instead I used boneless pork belly strips and the end result was amazing
2 ways with Char Siu Pork: #1 - Char Siu Pork Wraps

2 ways with Char Siu Pork: #1 - Char Siu Pork Wraps

Here is Nigel Slater's recipe for making the pork from scratch. Some of my favourite things there are the cooked meats (crispy belly of pork and char siu pork) and their baked goods (particularly the buns)
Back from the Sun - Meal Planning Monday

Back from the Sun - Meal Planning Monday

Nigel Slater Pork Belly and Beans. Pork Belly and Beans - hope this turns out as good as last time. Black Isle Roast Beef, Nairn Pork and Portmahomack Gammon keeping it local
Black Pudding and Cabbage Mash

Black Pudding and Cabbage Mash

If not, this Nigel Slater recipe is the best I've found. I served this mash with roasted pork belly and roasted carrots and parsnips but I imagine it would also be awesome with white fish
The one influenced by others

The one influenced by others

Sunday dinner saw me getting in nice and early with my entry for this month's Dish of the Month with a Nigel Slater recipe of Pork Belly and Beans
random recipes round-up #37

random recipes round-up #37

Craig from The Usual Saucepans delivers us these addictive and rather naughty little chocolate melting pots taken from Nigel Slater's Kitchen Diaries
My kitchen in November

My kitchen in November

I'll give them another few days, then I will make more passata with the red ones and try some of Nigel Slater's ideas for the rest

Roast pork belly

Place the pork skin side down and massage the seasoning into it, pushing it into any available crevice or slit

random recipes #23 - round-up

and next is adorable Karen from Lavender and Lovage with a very festive Sprouts and Cheese dish taken from Nigel Slaters Plenty