Whether you’re craving hearty meatballs or looking for a picnic pie to feed the family, you’ll find loads of inspiration on how to use up that pork mince right here.
Easy pork mince recipes
Check out this super simple ramen recipe from Tim Anderson. This minced pork Japanese ramen is easy to make and packed with punchy flavour, a perfect midweek warming meal to feed the family.
So good it made our cover in September 2020, this Italian classic pairs homemade meatballs (made with pork and beef mince, sausages and parmesan) with a chilli tomato sauce.
We’ve packed these crunchy Vietnamese sandwiches with juicy pork meatballs, thinly sliced pickled veg and fresh herbs.
Pork mince makes a really good-value filling for these soft tacos. If you like Mexican food you’ll love this really easy dinner – spice up the meat with cumin and chilli then serve with tomatoes, red onion and creme fraiche.
Asian-inspired pork burgers with sweet chilli sauce are super juicy and a great alternative to the classic beef. The coriander added into the patty gives a real freshness to the dish.
A pork, and sometimes prawn, filling is encased in a thin, chewy dough, crisped on the bottom, beautifully pleated at the top, with the first bite unleashing a torrent of heady, fragrant stock. The dumplings are served with chilli oil and black vinegar, and make a perfect starter.
You’ll need to put in some extra effort for this recipe, but the payoff will be great. This meaty picnic pie makes a mean, hearty meal – the perfect fuel on a family outing.
Check out these indulgent meaty sandwich subs with gooey mozzarella and nutty parmesan. This easy recipe serves a family of four and is ready in less than an hour. Plus, it’s low calorie, too.
This is a version of yu xiang qie zi – fish flavoured aubergine with pork mince, and is a great way to make sure you get those veggies into your evening meal without having to cook an extra dish. You can buy Chinese black vinegar from Waitrose,, or Asian supermarkets.
Spice up your burgers with Tandoori curry paste and serve with cooling yoghurt and warm naans for a quick and easy Indian-inspired dinner for four.