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Welcome to the home of New Zealand Pork. Here you’ll find all the information you need on how to buy, prepare and cook pork that is born and raised in New Zealand.

We’ve collected a heap of scrumptious recipes, compiled some useful tips and tricks, and have all the insider knowledge from our kiwi butchers in order to help you make the most of our nation’s best meat.

There’s also loads of great prizes to be won too, so sign up now to become a member of our Pork Recipe Club and be one of the first to know about our newest recipes and competitions. And remember to look for our Trustmark in store to ensure you are buying fresh and tasty pork that has been born and raised in New Zealand with care. Happy cooking!

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Need something new to feed the family or just tired of cooking the same meals? Then you should check out our latest and greatest recipes. We’ve got an extensive range of dishes with new and traditional flavours, so you’re sure to find something for everyone with New Zealand Pork.

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For an easy snack, entree or party platter, try our NZ pork and coriander pot-sticker dumplings.

To make the filling, simply mix 250g of NZ pork mince with 2 cups of diced Chinese cabbage, 1 tbsp of ground garlic, 2tbsp each of ground ginger and soy sauce, and a small bunch of chopped coriander.

Then, place a small amount of filling in the middle of a wonton wrapper (which you can purchase at any Asian grocer), and fold over to form a half moon shape.

Repeat the process until you’ve used up the pork mixture, then seal the dumplings by folding and pinching the wrappers tightly together.

To cook, heat sesame oil in a pan, then fry the dumplings on one side until golden. Pour 1 cup of water into the pan and cover with a lid to allow the top of the dumplings to steam.

Once the water has evaporated, remove from the pan and serve with soy sauce or sweet chilli.

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