Pork Trotters x 2


Pork trotters are a remarkable cut. They are often overlooked, which they shouldn’t be, as with a bit of care and attention they can be something special. It’s very important to cook trotters for a long time; slow and steady wins the race with these cuts. Slow cooking will break down the gelatine, which releases the meat from the bone.

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Once the meat begins to fall away, the pork trotters are ready to serve. Make sure that you save the cooking liquid, as it is a delicious pork stock to add to your soups and stews. We love stuffing braised pork trotters and roasting them in the oven. Serve with mashed potato, vichy carrots and steamed green vegetables.


It is a good idea to introduce different cuts into your repertoire, as it more sustainable for the environment to make the most of each animal. Offal is also delicious and very good value for money.


The best meat deserves the best preparation. That’s why we work with master butchers who have prepared these pork trotters to the very highest standard. Our butchers have prepared the trotters expertly so they are ready to cook. We go to this effort to maintain the quality you have come to expect from The Black Farmer.


Our free range pigs feed on grass and lead happy lives in the great British countryside. We work with trusted, local farms to make sure we have the best breeds for the season. At every stage, we support traditional farming methods and encourage a sustainable and ethical approach to meat eating. The practices our trusted suppliers use reduce animal stress and lower food miles.


We vacuum pack our pork trotters to keep the meat fresh for longer. They are also suitable for home freezing.

This pack contains approximately 2 pieces.

Braised pig trotter recipe


  • pig trotter remove the hair and cut into bite size chunks
  • 1/2 tablespoon ginger slices
  • water as needed
  • green onion chopped
  • tablespoons cooking wine or beer
  • 2 tablespoons crystal sugar
  • tablespoon cooking oil
  • bay leaves
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 4 star anises
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 2 tablespoons light soy sauce
  • tablespoon dark soy sauce
  • mushrooms


  • Wash the pig trotter and put it with the cold water in a wok. Heat the wok, and cook the pig trotter for 5 minutes to bring out the meat flavor. Remove the pork trotter and wash off the floating foam on the meat surface with warm water. Set aside.
  • Heat a wok with oil, and stir-fry garlic, ginger and green onion until fragrant. Transfer it on a plate. Set aside.
  • Add the crystal sugar in the wok and stir-fry until it dissolved.
  • Pour the pig trotter and stir-fry a few times. Add the cooked garlic, ginger and green onion in the wok. Add star anises, bay leaves, cinnamon stick and mushrooms and stir-fry until fragrant.
  • Then, add the light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, salt, cooking wine and water. (The water just covers the trotters.)
  • Cover the lid, and simmer the pork trotter for 50 minutes under medium heat until the sauce has thickened. (Remember to flip over to avoid sticking.


This product has a shelf life of 12 days from the date of delivery.

Product photography is representative only.  As these products are freshly butchered for your order, sizes and thicknesses may vary.  Weights and portions will be as stated.