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Pork Collar

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As part of our wide range of pork meat, pork collar from Tom Hixson of Smithfield offers premium quality pork shoulder meat with succulent juicy flavours from its rich marbling ideal for slow cooking and roasting delicious meals to impress all your friends and family.

Iberico pork collar is a delicious choice to elevate any meal. Taken from the rare black Iberian pig it holds a succulent distinctive nutty flavour making it one of the most disguised and sought after meats at the minute and is sure to impress at the dinner table.

Buy our succulent pork collar from Tom Hixson today and receive premium quality pork, expertly trimmed by our master butcher, to be delivered to your doorstep at an affordable price. Why not check out our other delicious pork products? From succulent sausages to delicious bacon, we have everything you need for the ultimate pork meal.

Pork Collar Recipes

Pork collar is a versatile cut of meat that works incredibly well for a wide range of dishes from hearty slow cooked pork collar to sticky pulled pork. Alternatively, pork collar makes a great roast. Or, if you prefer more international flavours, collar of pork also works well with classic Asian marinades and sauces.

How Do You Cook Pork Collar?

To cook in the oven marinate and season your joint, then place your pork collar in a hot oven, uncovered, for 30 minutes. Cover your meat one this time is up and place it back in the oven on a low heat of 180ºC for three hours. The strong marbling ensures that the joint stays succulent with great flavours. When it has reached an internal temperature of 70°C it's ready to remove -rest and enjoy.

What Is A Pork Collar?

Pork collar is taken from the jowl of a pig, through the shoulder and extends close to the loin. Pork collar is renowned for its fabulous marbling giving it its delicious succulent flavour especially when rendered out, making it perfect for slow cooking and roasting.

What's The Difference Between Pork Collar and Pork Shoulder?

The pork shoulder is exactly what it sounds like. Meat is taken from the shoulder whereas the pork collar is taken from the jowl of a pig, through the shoulder and the loin. Both have impressive marbling throughout, giving them their delicious flavours. Pork shoulder tends to be a larger cut of meat making it perfect for a big family meal.

Is Pork Collar Tender?

Pork collar is extremely tender and is seen as one of the most tender cuts of pork due to its impressive marbling. The excellent marbling gives it its excellent and succulent flavour, especially when cooked low and slow.