Contrary to popular belief, pork is actually one of the leanest meats you can buy and it's endlessly versatile too, from chops to casseroles, kebabs to pates, not forgetting sausages...
Here, Delia lifts the humble pork chop into the realms of the sublime with a wonderfully easy Apple and Rosemary Confit - the apple sauce of the 21st century, maybe!
Good news for those who prefer not to eat veal: although this Italian classic should be made with veal, Delia has found that it works just as well with pork escalopes. Enjoy!
For Delia, this superb casserole heralds the start of winter eating...and it's a great one for entertaining as it needs no attention as it cooks. Like many casseroles, it's even better if you can make it the day before.
Delia loves braised sausages - and this glorious recipe reveals why: succulent pork complemented with apples and juniper create a brilliant winter warmer. Comfort food at its best.
A wonderful one-pot winter warmer, originally devised by Delia in 1978 - proof that the very best recipes are timeless!
There are some luxuries in the kitchen that really do help to perk up certain dishes, and one of these is a bottle of Calvados because it seems to have within it all the concentrated aroma and flavour of an apple loft. This recipe can be doubled
This is a great recipe. The confit goes equally well with crispy roast duck, and is brilliant served with a rough pork-based pâté.
You won't believe quite how easy this recipe is: the traditional flavours of sage and apples complement the pork perfectly.
Spicy jerk seasoning is a brilliant way to bring the sunshine taste of the Caribbean to everyday foods such as pork or chicken. The grilled pineapple salsa adds yet another tropical element to this summery recipe.
The fresh broad bean season seems to be so short, I always feel the need to feast as much as possible when I can, hence this salad. It's good as a first course or to serve alongside other salads in a cold buffet.
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