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Slow-cooked recipes using good-value cuts of meat.

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  • Crisp Chinese pork

    Crisp Chinese pork belly

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.30 ratings

    This mouth-watering pork belly dish with crispy crackling is great for entertaining and so easy to make. Serve with our four ingredient dipping sauce

  • Country terrine with black pepper & thyme

    Country terrine with black pepper & thyme

    A star rating of 3.7 out of 5.8 ratings

    A rustic terrine with French toasts makes an excellent starter for a special meal and it costs very little to make

  • Herby lamb cobbler

    Herby lamb cobbler

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.113 ratings

    This warming cobbler is impossible to resist on a winter's day, but is so delicious you'll be cooking it up all year round

  • Braised oxtail with basil dumplings

    Oxtail stew with dumplings

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.42 ratings

    Slow-cooked oxtail is soft, melting meat and teamed with this rich red wine sauce it's perfect for parties

  • Garlic beef

    Garlic beef

    A star rating of 3.8 out of 5.5 ratings

    A cheap cut of beef transformed into a tender treat

  • Seared beef with orange & chilli

    Seared beef with orange & chilli

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.9 ratings

    This summery beef dish is the perfect centrepiece for your outdoor entertaining

  • Mustard-crusted breast of lamb

    Mustard-crusted breast of lamb

    A star rating of 3.8 out of 5.9 ratings

    Breast of lamb is a forgotten cut, which means it's great value, as well as deliciously tender when slow-cooked

  • Chicken livers on toast

    Chicken livers on toast

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.6 ratings

    Not just for stuffings and pâtés, pan-fried chicken livers make a good-value starter or light lunch

  • Buffalo wings with blue cheese dip

    Buffalo wings with blue cheese dip

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.12 ratings

    These American-style crisp chicken pieces are the perfect laid-back food to share, great for a movie night

  • Portuguese braised steak & onions

    Portuguese braised steak & onions

    A star rating of 3.7 out of 5.33 ratings

    In Portugal this braise would be served with fried potatoes or rice, but it goes just as well with a pillow of buttery mash

  • Spanish beans with chicken & chorizo

    Spanish beans with chicken & chorizo

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.32 ratings

    This dish is great for a casual get-together, just plonk it on the table with a big salad and bread and it's done

  • Sweet potato & chicken curry

    Sweet potato & chicken curry

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.205 ratings

    Chicken thighs are good value and tasty, just right for this healthy, versatile curry

  • Sticky slow-roast belly of pork

    Sticky slow-roast belly of pork

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.104 ratings

    Pork belly is a relatively cheap cut of meat, making this an affordable roast to feed a crowd

  • Faggots with onion gravy

    Faggots with onion gravy

    A star rating of 4.6 out of 5.29 ratings

    Made from pork shoulder and pigs liver, meatball-like faggots are a blast from the thrifty past - serve with mashed potatoes

  • Three-hour pork belly on a chopping board

    Three-hour pork belly

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.97 ratings

    Still a relatively cheap cut, pork belly yields beautiful soft flesh and crisp crackling when slow-roasted.

  • Sort-of Scotch broth

    Sort-of Scotch broth

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.12 ratings

    An alternative take on the Highland soup with stewed lamb, cabbage and pearl barley

  • Beef brisket served on a dish surrounded by parsnips and carrots

    Pot-roasted beef brisket

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.49 ratings

    Cook this one-pot brisket in beer for a richer flavour and your parsnips and mushrooms will absorb the liquor, too. Serve with mash to soak up the gravy

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