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Buy fresh pig trotters online

Pig’s trotters are a cut of pork consisting of the pig's feet. Typically, this cut is taken from the ankle down.

Whilst they are commonly used in European cuisine, it’s still rare to see them on menus in Britain. Trotters are a standard ingredient in many French cuisine dishes, where they are served as fine dining.

Following the financial crash in the late 2000s, pig trotters became increasingly popular for use in recipes using cheap cuts.

With this in mind, we bring you affordable, fresh pig trotters at Campbell's Prime Meat. So, you can serve up this affordable and flavoursome cut of pork in your own home.

The meat from pork trotters is commonly used for creating stocks and soups which are rich in flavour. But it is not uncommon for the whole cut to be cooked and served.

This versatility works well in the cut's defense. After all, some people consider it to be a daunting piece of meat. For others, it is considered a real treat.

If serving as a normal cut of meat, pig trotters are best done using a method which cooks on a low temperature for a longer period. Such methods include stewing or roasting.

Many of our favourite recipes also opt for braising. Braising is a method where the meat is slowly cooked and tenderised in liquids such as stocks.

One question we are often ask is: how long do they take to cook? As a rough guideline, it will typically take between 6 and 8 hours for pig trotters to cook. But always consult the recipe you are following.

It may be time consuming to cook trotters, but you'll find that the flavour and succulence it yields make it well worth the wait.

At Campbell's Prime Meat, we source our pork from farms Quality Meat Scotland certified Farm Assured farms.

Our skilled butchers prepare each order on the day of dispatch, before it is freshly delivered to your door. When you spend over £50 on any order at Campbell's we give you free delivery.

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Pork

Buy fresh pig trotters online

Pig’s trotters are a cut of pork consisting of the pig's feet. Typically, this cut is taken from the ankle down.

Whilst they are commonly used in European cuisine, it’s still rare to see them on menus in Britain. Trotters are a standard ingredient in many French cuisine dishes, where they are served as fine dining.

Following the financial crash in the late 2000s, pig trotters became increasingly popular for use in recipes using cheap cuts.

With this in mind, we bring you affordable, fresh pig trotters at Campbell's Prime Meat. So, you can serve up this affordable and flavoursome cut of pork in your own home.

The meat from pork trotters is commonly used for creating stocks and soups which are rich in flavour. But it is not uncommon for the whole cut to be cooked and served.

This versatility works well in the cut's defense. After all, some people consider it to be a daunting piece of meat. For others, it is considered a real treat.

If serving as a normal cut of meat, pig trotters are best done using a method which cooks on a low temperature for a longer period. Such methods include stewing or roasting.

Many of our favourite recipes also opt for braising. Braising is a method where the meat is slowly cooked and tenderised in liquids such as stocks.

One question we are often ask is: how long do they take to cook? As a rough guideline, it will typically take between 6 and 8 hours for pig trotters to cook. But always consult the recipe you are following.

It may be time consuming to cook trotters, but you'll find that the flavour and succulence it yields make it well worth the wait.

At Campbell's Prime Meat, we source our pork from farms Quality Meat Scotland certified Farm Assured farms.

Our skilled butchers prepare each order on the day of dispatch, before it is freshly delivered to your door. When you spend over £50 on any order at Campbell's we give you free delivery.

Read More