If you're a crackling fan you'll love this idea for roast dinner - drying out the skin gives great results
Nothing tastes better than tender pork belly with sticky barbecue sauce. Grill it for a perfect finish, then pile into buns and serve with coleslaw and fries
Dry out a pork belly joint to make extra crispy crackling and serve with a tasty stuffing - don't worry if the apples explode, they'll still taste great
Marinate rindless pork belly in a sticky hoisin barbecue sauce, then roast until tender - perfect to fill steamed bao buns for Chinese New Year
In this light and fragrant curry, the pork and tofu are surrounded by a delicate sauce with spring onions, ginger and chilli
Roast pork belly with pear cider, bay leaves and pears for an autumnal main course. It’s perfect for a special Sunday lunch for family and friends
Flavour pork with hoisin, honey, soy and ginger and serve with a crunchy cucumber, radish and herb salad with zesty chilli dressing
If you like Chinese crispy duck pancakes, you'll love this pork dish - serve with Asian greens and rice to soak up the rich plum sauce
This rich terrine, with thyme, allspice and brandy, can be pressed and mature overnight for a perfect make-ahead starter or light lunch
Try this exotic salad of julienned papaya and carrots, topped with roast pork and drizzled with a sweet and sticky sauce
Still a relatively cheap cut, pork belly yields beautiful soft flesh and crisp crackling when slow-roasted.
Soft tender pork with crisp crackling is a treat enough, but contrast with sweet mash for extra indulgence
A Spanish-influenced stew with slow-cooked belly pork, a cheap cut with great flavour and soft texture
Pork belly is a relatively cheap cut of meat, making this an affordable roast to feed a crowd
Gordon Ramsay keeps the cost of entertaining down by working his magic on a cheap cut of meat
Barney Desmazery's prepare-ahead recipe for the perfect pork belly will be a sure-fire hit at your next dinner party
By braising the meat first, then crisping it up quickly on the barbecue to finish, the meat stays really tender
A relaxed roast to feed a crowd - the tender chicory and delicious juices mean you needn't cook separate veg and gravy
Our October 2010 Good Food magazine cover recipe in all its crispy, crackly, melt-in-the-mouth glory
Belly is the cheapest pork roasting joint and, as it’s rich, a little goes a long way, making it perfect for Sundays and dinner parties
Try our American-style version of baked beans served with pork belly. This hearty, budget-friendly one-pot makes a comforting family dinner.
Gordon Ramsay’s sticky, glossy belly pork dish can be prepared well in advance.
Season and roast your pork belly to perfection and let the flavours speak for themselves