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Browse All Pork Recipes: Pork loin Recipes | Pork chop Recipes | Pork tenderloin and fillet Recipes | Pork chump and hind loin Recipes | Pork leg Recipes | Pork knuckle and shank Recipes | Pork rib Recipes | Pork shoulder and blade Recipes | Pork shoulder steak Recipes | Pork hand and spring Recipes | Pork belly Recipes
About Pork Edit
Pork is the meat taken from pigs. Pork meat is the most popular source of meat in German cuisine. Cured pork meats and sausages from Germany are renowned all over the world. They come packed in cans, glass jars, or vacuum packed. There are about 1,500 kinds of sausages on the German sausage market. Germans also like to prepare dishes with veal (Kalb), beef (Rind), chicken (Huhn) and venison (Wild).
Buying Pork Edit
When shopping for pork for a particular recipe. It is best to know which cut of pork to use. Here are some basic cuts found in most markets and butcher shops.
- Pork loin
- Pork tenderloin and fillet
- Pork chops
- Pork leg
- Pork knuckle and shank
- Pork rib
- Pork shoulder and blade
- Pork hand and spring
- Pork belly
Variations of Pork Edit
Storing Pork Edit
Avoid cross-contamination of juices from uncooked pork which may drop on other ingredients that are eaten raw.
- Pork Loin Recipes
- Pork chop Recipes
- Pork tenderloin and fillet Recipes
- Pork chump and hind loin Recipes
- Pork leg Recipes
- Pork knuckle and shank Recipes
- Pork rib Recipes
- Pork shoulder and blade Recipes
- Pork hand and spring Recipes
- Pork belly Recipes