Savoring Mother’s Day: A Porc Blasus Roast Dinner Delight

March 8, 2024

Mother’s Day is a special occasion to celebrate the amazing women in our lives, and what better way to show our appreciation than with a delicious Porc Blasus roast dinner?

How far is your fork from our porc?

But of course, first you need to find your nearest Porc Blasus retailer! To find your nearest porc supplier, click here to use the interactive map. By choosing Porc Blasus, you’re not only treating your mother to a special meal, but also supporting the local farmers and businesses that produce our pork. Porc Blasus is sourced from small-scale farms, where pigs are reared in natural conditions and fed a balanced diet – so you know you’re doing the right thing!

A Mother’s Day roast is a tradition we love, so we’ve picked out three recipes you could follow to make it a day to remember. The recipes are sure to impress your mother, but remember to save some space for the Mother’s Day cake!

Roast porc loin served with mini stuffed baked apples: Featuring a tender and juicy porc loin joint, seasoned with sea salt and sage, and roasted with carrots and onions. The stuffed apples add a touch of sweetness and elegance to the dish, adding to its appeal. This recipe is easy to prepare and will fill your kitchen with a mouthwatering aroma.

A sliced roast pork loin on a wooden cutting board, with a carving fork and knife, next to a baking tray of baked apples and a bowl of hasselback potatoes on a rustic table.

Porchetta: For this showstopper dish, the pork is rolled and tied, then scored and rubbed with salt, pepper and lemon zest. The porchetta is roasted on a bed of carrots with white wine and water to create a rich gravy. The result is a succulent and flavourful pork roast, with a crispy and crackling skin. Your mother is sure to love this Italian-inspired dish, and enjoy every bite.

A person is slicing a cooked piece of Porchetta on a wooden cutting board with vegetables.

Slow roasted belly porc with apple, honey and cinnamon: For this recipe, the porc belly is topped with apple quarters, plum halves, fresh sage and honey to create a fruity and fragrant sauce. The porc belly is cooked slowly in the oven for two and a half hours, until the meat is tender and the skin is crisp. A wonderful Mother’s Day treat!

A succulent grilled pork chop accompanied by roasted apples and colorful bell peppers, garnished with fresh green herbs, served on a dark plate.

What more could you possibly need to enjoy a beautiful day with the family? However you choose to spend it, we at Porc Blasus wish you a brilliant Mother’s Day!

For more recipe inspiration, be sure to check out the recipe page.

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