When it comes to suckling pigs, there is no finer meat in the world than the traditional Spanish Cochinillo.
The soft and tender meat melts in your mouth whilst the crispy crackling will delight the senses with every forkful. These suckling pigs are kept with their mothers up to a maximum of 21 days. This is the only farming method that stays true to the traditional practices from which the name suckling pig has derived.
Cooking instructions will be found on our website for you to view on your tablet, laptop or mobile - or simply print should you wish to.
The image you can see are from the one Tomás cooked at home. We try and test every recipe we share with you.
How to defrost if needed: Place your whole suckling pig in the refrigerator to begin the thawing process. After a couple of hours, you will be able to remove the packaging and allow the suckling pig to defrost at a temperature between 2 to 4 degrees for 12 to 24 hours.
Please note, all of our products are labelled with individual storage instructions. If your chosen delivery date for your Christmas Collection order is between 15th and 18th December your products will leave frozen in order to extend their shelf life ahead of the festivities. If your chosen delivery date is between 22nd and 24th December, we'll be sending them refrigerated so they are ready to cook as we know you'll want to consume them over the festive period.