HomePorkPork Recipes Whether it’s sumptuously slow-cooked or fired up in a flash for a speedy dish, you’ll love our favourite chefs’ mouth-watering pork recipes. 1 Graham Campbell’s braised pork cheeks with baby leeks and sultana ragu This sumptuous pork cheeks recipe from Graham Campbell features a memorable caraway jus and a sultana ragu, as well as good old fashioned mash. Try it here. 2 Nuno Mendes’ pork secretos with red wine tapioca This colourful and flavourful pork secretos with artichokes and red wine tapioca recipe from chef Nuno Mendes makes a succulent dinner. Find the recipe here. 3 Omar Allibhoy’s spiced mashed potatoes with crispy pork belly This traditional tapa comes from Avila in the province of Castilla, the epicentre of Spain. Castilla is a land of history, kingdoms, castles, cathedrals and an outstanding gastronomy. Spicy and sumptuous, find the recipe here. 4 Ben Tish’s Roasted And Grilled Pork Ribs With Quince Glaze Ben Tish’s glorious barbecue ribs recipe uses Ibérico pork, a much-lauded variety of speciality pork from Spain, which are coated in a sticky quince glaze. Serve with roast potatoes or a colourful salad for a fantastic dinner party centrepiece. Find the recipe here. 5 Tom Hunt’s shoulder of pork with stuffed apples Meaty and mighty, this roast pork is ideal for keeping warm on a chillier day. Find the recipe here. 6 David Ponté’s pulled pork sliders Sliders are mini hamburgers, which are popular in the State – and this is a delicously Brasilian take on them. The pulled pork is really worth the effort, and it’s also used in feijoada. Try them at home here. 7 Jason Atherton’s pork shanks with haricot beans This pork shank osso bucco is an ideal dish to serve a hungry crowd. It looks really impressive if you bring the shanks and haricot beans to the table spread out on a large platter. Try it here. Hungry for more? Find even more recipe inspiration in the latest issue of Good Things magazine.