We lovingly developed all the recipes below using our quality local produce. Our detailed, step-by-step guides have everything you need to make impressively tasty meals every single time. So whether you have some burgers from our Skinni Range or some deliciously tender fillet steaks – find the recipe for you below.

Skinni Pork Meatball Chilli with Coriander Rice and Avocado SalsaOur Skinni pork meatballs with a hot and spicy seasoning are just perfect for a Skinni twist on chilli con Carne. Packed with flavour, our pork chilli is easy to make from scratch but you could use a jar of sauce if you like; just remember to check the label. We run fresh coriander through it to serve with the Skinni pork chilli.
Stupendously Sticky Ribs and Chunky ColeslawWe promise that if you go to the trouble of making these ribs, you will never look back. Time-consuming, rather than difficult, they are SO worth it. And the sauce is something you could make and bottle to serve with everything. Just omit the marinade stage and cook it down; hoi sin meets barbecue, with a tiny hint of smoky heat. You actually won't find ribs this good anywhere.
Crisp Belly Pork Cubes with Sage and Onion MashDeliciously melting cubes of pork belly are served over creamy mash with sage and red onion. Topped with sharp Bramley apple sauce and served over crisp green salad this is the light, summery version of classic winter comfort food. You need to prepare the belly pork ahead of time for the perfect melting texture that makes this dish so special.
Braised Pork Chops in CiderThis easy to cook, one pot pork recipe uses prime Scotch pork chops and braises them potato, apple, onion and a hint of sage. A good glug of cider intensifies the apple flavour as well as keeping that pork lovely and tender. You could use apple juice or even water for a similar result. This dish was developed for the oven but would suit the slow cooker too; just be sure to reduce the amount of liquid by half and for best results brown it through in the oven before serving.
Pork Loin with Normandy DauphinoiseHere the pork loin is simply seasoned and pan-fried. All of the extra flavours and textures are in the creamy potato dish served with it. We have taken potatoes, apples, and fennel, all classic pork flavours, and dauphinoised them; essentially baked them in cream. A little sage, a soupcon of garlic, and a lot of love later you have a divine dish on the table that is bang up to date.
Ham Hock, Roast Cauliflower, Potatoes, Cheese and Parsley SauceAn inexpensive ham hock is a source of concentrated flavour that, given the luxury of time, will provide you with two delicious meals. The meat, in this case, is shredded and added to a rich cheese and parsley sauce. Draped across a bowl of crisp potatoes and roasted cauliflower, with plenty of green rocket keeping it fresh and clean, this is cauliflower cheese with a very modern twist.
Sticky Sausages with Roasted Plums and Red OnionsA perfect one step dish to pop in the oven on a chilly autumn night. Softly roasted plums add a fruity tang that makes a change from the usual apple, and onions with sausages just go without saying. Cooked slowly to a crisp yet sticky exterior and softly yielding flesh, these are perfect for stuffing in a bread bun or alongside creamy mash.