Smoked and Cured Pork Belly slices with mild and smoky flavor.
It is one of the most popular pleasure foods and particularly known for its delicious flavourful taste in dishes such as BLT (bacon-lettuce-tomato) sandwich, bacon and eggs, bacon-asparagus wraps, and a lot more.
It can be be eaten pan-fried on its own, as topping or filling, as bacon bits, as side dish, or an ingredient to flavour a variety of dishes such as carbonara sauce, delicious dips, and more. It can also be added to your favorite sandwiches, salads, omelettes, or paired with eggs and bread for a full breakfast.
Pork Meat, Water, NPS, Spices, Phosphate
Delivered frozen, vacuum packed per 200 grams.
Storage and Shelf Life
Store chilled +1-4 C, Frozen -18 - 20 C
Chilled 7 days, Frozen 60 days
Can be eaten pan-fried, as topping or filling, as ingredient to various recipes.
Easy Delicious Spinach Dip
1 cup whole leaf spinach (chopped)
¼ cup bacon (diced)
1 cup sour cream
1/3 cup onions (thinly chopped)
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil (optional)
Defrost spinach 15 to 30 minutes in your refrigerator, and chop. Alternatively, you can try fresh spinach for immediate use. However, I like this frozen version as I can stock it in my freezer and it can be ready for use anytime. Combine this with sour cream, onions. Stir until well combined. Cover and refrigerate for a few hours.
Fry diced bacon in olive oil. If your bacon has ample fat content. You can do away with the olive oil and simply fry the meat with no oil, and the fat will render out of the meat as you fry it.
Top the spinach dip mixture with bacon. Serve.