Premium Irish Pork Knuckle

Funder´s Finest - 9,80€kg

Frozen Product***

60,00 kr

The Perfect Dish for Connoisseurs: Pork Knuckle

In the world of culinary delights, there is hardly anything as enticing as a juicy, tender pork knuckle. Whether enjoyed in a traditional German beer garden or prepared at home in your own kitchen, this traditional dish is a true treat for connoisseurs. With us, you have the opportunity to buy high-quality raw pork knuckles online, bringing a piece of Bavarian culinary culture straight to your home.

Origin and Quality

Our Irish pork knuckles come from the finest regional pork production the pigs for these knuckles grew up under the best conditions in an active stall,  Carefully selected and portioned, they guarantee the highest quality and an unparalleled taste. The fresh packaging or vacuum packaging ensures that the meat retains its full flavor, providing you with a product of utmost freshness.

Preparation Recommendations

Preparing a pork knuckle is an art in itself and can be done in various ways. A popular method is to cook it in the oven. To do this, preheat the oven to 240°C after 20 minutes reduce the heat to 160°C and slowly cook the pork knuckle for up to 3 hours, depending on its size and the method chosen. During the cooking process, it is recommended to regularly baste the rind with the cooking juices to achieve a crispy crust. The pork knuckle is best served with dumplings or warm potato salad and a cold glass of beer.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is a pork knuckle best prepared? Preparing a pork knuckle requires patience and care. A common method is to precook it in a water bath followed by a long cooking time in the oven. Alternatively, the knuckle can also be cooked directly in the oven.

Which part is the pork knuckle? The pork knuckle refers to the shanks from the front and hind legs of the pig. These are particularly meaty and are suitable for various preparation methods.

What is the difference between pork knuckle and ham hock? Both pork knuckle and ham hock are sections of the pig's leg. The main difference lies in the preparation: while ham hock is traditionally brined and boiled, pork knuckle in Southern Germany is often seasoned and roasted or grilled.

How can you tell if a pork knuckle is cooked? A cooked pork knuckle can be identified by the fact that the bone easily separates from the meat and the rind has a golden-yellow crust.

    The pork knuckle is a classic of German cuisine and is highly popular due to its unparalleled taste. With our high-quality Irish pork knuckles, you can bring a piece of Bavarian tradition to your home and treat your guests to a true culinary delight. Treat yourself to this culinary highlight and experience the unique pleasure of a perfectly prepared pork knuckle!

    SKU: 00187