Each month, the Bramley Campaign is highlighting different ways to use this versatile ingredient and for November the focus is on Bramley paired with pork.
Bramley has been partnered with pork for centuries – the tangy taste of Bramley offsets the rich meaty flavour of the pork which makes them the ideal pairing. Roast pork and apple sauce has long been one of the most celebrated combinations, but there is so much more you can do with these ingredients. Why not try a taste of the Caribbean with fiery pork and Bramley apple Jamaican spiced patties, or create a speedy rösti for lunch by adding ham to grated potato and Bramley.
The secret to the unrivalled excellence of the Bramley apple lies in its wonderful tart flavour, which is retained all through cooking, together with its light and moist texture. Unlike dessert apples, or ‘eating apples’, the Bramley maintains it’s strong, tangy taste when cooked, which is why chefs and home-cooks alike agree they far superior for use in recipes.
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Welcome to Bramley Apples Online
The Bramley is rightly recognised by professional chefs and home cooks alike as the best apple for cooking.
Grown only in Britain, the Bramley’s unique qualities make it one of the most versatile ingredients, equally at home in a savoury stir fry or a traditional apple pie.
Here you will find more than100 different dishes to cook with Bramleys, some taking as little as five minutes. You can also find out more about the history of the Bramley and its health properties and sign up for seasonal inspirations from our monthly e-newsletter.
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