Diced Pork From The Blue Pig Company

Diced Pork Label From The Blue Pig Company 


  • The uncooked pork was already diced and the pieces were a good size.

Uncooked Diced Pork From The Blue Pig Company

  • The meat was lean, with some fat left on to keep the meat moist whilst cooking.
  • No extra preparation was needed for the pork before adding it to the other casserole ingredients.
  • The pork was cooked in a roasting tin for 3 hours in a hot aga with other ingredients to make a pork casserole.

Pork Casserole

Pork Casserole


  1. Diced pork.
  2. 2 small red onions chopped.
  3. 10 mushrooms sliced.
  4. 1 jar of tomato passata.
  5. 2 beef oxo cubes.
  6. Half a glass of red wine.
  7. 2-4 tablespoons of plain yogurt, creme fraise or single cream.


  1. Chop the onions and mushrooms and put into the roasting tin with the diced pork.
  2. Add the jar of tomato passata, red wine and oxo cubes.
  3. Mix the ingredients up and cover with foil.
  4. Put into a hot oven and cook for 3 hours.
  5. Remove the foil and stir in the plain yogurt, creme fraise or cream.
  6. Serve immediately with potatoes and a selection of seasonal vegetables.

Pork Casserole

  • This casserole made 4 servings and my husband and I served it with mashed potato, green beans, courgette and balsamic tomatoes for our first meal and then homemade chips, yorkshire puddings and purple sprouting broccoli for our second meal.


  • Tender.
  • Moist.
  • Juicy.
  • Cooked well.
  • No unwanted fat.
  • Easy to prepare.
  • Great value for money.


  • “I found the diced pork easy to prepare as it was already diced up and the pieces were well sized and lean. No meat cutting was required which I find a refreshing change.” Sara @ Farming Friends
  • “My husband said that the diced pork, “Just melts in your mouth.”

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