Cochinillo Spanish Suckling Pig Dop
Shelf Life: Min. 5 Days
Suckling pigs promise rich, creamy meat, and are very easy to cook. Ours are awarding winning Heritage D O Cochinillo Suckling Pigs, renowned the world over as a superior suckling pig. Once roasted and enjoyed you will understand why this product has been awarded two stars in the Great Taste Awards. These suckling pigs are always kept with their mothers up to a maximum of 21 days, the method of farming which stays true to the traditional practices from which the name suckling pig was derived. Each pig comes with the quality seal that each whole suckling pig carries on their leg. This seal with the brand Cochinillo de Segovia provides you the guarantee that the origin, birth and breeding methods have fully satisfied on quality.
THIS PRODUCT IS FROZEN AND WILL DEFROST WHILST IN TRANSIT TO YOU. Please allow up to 48 hours for this product to defrost before cooking. Ensure this product is thoroughly defrosted before cooking. Once the product is thoroughly defrosted consume within 5 days. This product must not be frozen.
Suckling Pigs are a European favourite, featuring prominently in Spanish butchery. Ours are sourced from the world renowned traditional Spanish Cochinillo. Adored across the continent from its extremely tender, flavoursome pork. They are then carefully prepared, removing the offal, and delivered thawing from frozen to your door, ready for home roasting within 5 days of delivery.
THIS PRODUCT IS FROZEN AND WILL BEGIN TO DEFROST WHILST IN TRANSIT TO YOU. Please allow up to 48 hours for this product to defrost before cooking. Ensure this product is thoroughly defrosted before cooking. Once the product is thoroughly defrosted, cook within 3 days. This product must not be refrozen.
A visually stunning centrepiece for New Year and perfect for slow roasting. The key is to make sure the pig is well salted before cooking. Try stuffing the belly with aromatic vegetables to infuse the meat with extra aroma and flavour and serve with rich, buttery Granny Smith apple sauce to compliment the succulent meat.
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