If my readers have learned anything by now, it’s that Sandy hearts Jamie. His cookbooks have been and still are constant inspiration for new dishes and ideas. This slow roasted piri piri pork belly has become a favourite in our house after we first tried it about 2 years ago. Tender, juicy pork belly with some amazing crackling on top, served in a spicy tomato sauce with sweet potatoes. It’s the ultimate comfort food. Here you see a version, that differs slightly from Jamie Oliver’s recipe, because his recipe left me a bit confused. He calls it piri piri pork belly, but the recipe doesn’t call for piri piri chilis. What went wrong there, Jamie? I mean, of course, you can use any hot chili you fancy, but if you already have piri piri in the name, using piri piro chilis might be the logical consequence. I fixed that for you, Jamie darling, along with a few other tweaks. You’re welcome!