Pig's Trotters


A tray of three pig's trotters - Pig's trotters can be braised, stewed, baked, roasted, or cooked in other way you wish. It's important to cook pork trotters slowly, and for a long time, to ensure that the meat tenderises. Once the meat is falling from the bone, the pork trotters are ready to be served

Nutrition information can be found below, and
Here's a Cooking Queen video showing how to cook them perfectly

Nutrition Information
Typical Values 100g contains
Energy 824kJ (197kcal)
Protein 18.6g
Carbohydrate 0g
Sugars 0g
Fat 13.6g
Saturates 3.7g
Mono-Unsaturates 6.8g
Polyunsaturates 1.3g
Fibre 0g
Salt 0.3g