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More Information on Pork Iberico Secreto

Iberico Secreto is one of the most underrated cuts of Iberico pork, and it's even known as ‘the butchers secret’ due to its unrivaled taste and texture - butchers often keep this for themselves! This unique cut might be small, however, it is easy to fry on the stovetop and for adding into loaded sandwiches, on top of salads, and more.

Our own Iberico Pork Secreto, which can be ordered from our website, is extremely tender with all the renowned, acorn endued flavours of Iberico Pork. It comes from behind the shoulder and is a boneless, well marbled piece. The generous fat content that is marbled through the pork to melt and infuses the meat with gorgeous buttery tasting notes..

For more highly sought-after delicious pork, explore products within our Iberico Pork range. Our range includes Iberico Pork French Chops, Iberico Pork Fillet, and juicy Iberico Pork Collar. Buy quality meat products from Tom Hixson of Smithfield today and receive premium quality pork online at affordable prices, as well as discover the convenience of having pork delivered directly to your door.

What is Iberico Pork?

Iberico pork comes from the Black Iberian Pig, which is native to Spain and some parts of Portugal. Secreto is a thin, wide, boneless pork cut with high levels of fat marbling throughout.

What Cut Of Pork Is Secreto?

Secreto Iberico is cut from behind the shoulder and under the back fat layer on a pig. Neatly tucked away, this cut might be small, but the fat streaks offer an incredible depth of flavour.

How Do You Cook Iberico Secreto?

We’d recommend frying your Iberico Secreto in a hot pan on the stovetop. Simply heat up a glug of neutral oil and add in your room temperature meat. If you like, you could season your pork with salt and pepper, before basting in butter. Cook for a minute or two on each side.

What Does Iberico Secreto Taste Like?

Because of the animals fresh diet, which is rich in acorns and other nuts, Iberico pork has a subtle nutty flavour, which complements the pork perfectly. Iberico is sometimes referred to as the ‘Wagyu of Pork’ due to its high fat marbling, which adds a unique buttery taste and creates a mouthwatering texture.

What Should You Serve With Iberico Secreto?

Traditionally in Spain this cut of pork is served on its own with a wedge of lemon. You could serve on a bed of rocket with a drizzle of high quality olive oil, which makes a delicious yet quick lunch.

What is Secreto Iberico in English?

Secreto Iberico in Spanish directly translates to ‘Iberian Secret’.