Preparation: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 25 minutes if using ham hock, or 1 hour if using sausages
Adapted from Love Your Lunchbox by James Ramsden (Pavilion)
“A pig’s hock is essentially its ankle, which you probably could work out just by looking at the thing. The pig equivalent of a lamb shank, this is similarly best when slowly cooked until it comes off the bone. But this is a cheat’s recipe, and uses already cooked ham hock, which you can often find in large supermarkets. If this isn’t doable, use sausage instead.”
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