• Place the sliced red onion in a bowl and pour red wine vinegar over it, about 60mls or just enough to cover it.
  • Chop the Rudd’s Dry Cured Rashers into cubes and cook in a dry pan, 2 minutes on a moderate to high heat.
  • Add the slices of red apple and allow caramelize in the pork fat.
  • Deseed and slice the avocado, tear up the blue cheese and in a salad bowl toss together with the raw sliced green apple.
  • Add the pickled red onion and some mixed leaves.
  • Add some diced shallot to the red wine vinegar and a tsp. of wholegrain mustard and whisk together with some good oil to create a quick dressing. Dress the salad.
  • Pour 25mls of cider into the hot Rudd’s Dry Cured Rashers and apple pan. Scrapping the bottom to get all crispy burned bits!
  • The cider will evaporate and get sticky, pour this over the dressed salad and its ready to be served.


  • 6 Rudd’s Dry Cured Rashers
  • 1 Red apple
  • 1 Green apple
  • 200g Blue cheese
  • 1 Avocado
  • 25ml of cider
  • 1 Red onion, sliced
  • 60ml Red wine vinegar



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