Pigs In Buns Made Gluten-Free – No Problem For Hog Roast Badminton

Hog Roast Badminton has built up a reputation for providing first-class traditional hog roast centrepieces that are loved for their moist, tender meat and salty, crispy crackling, as a result of hours of slow-cooking on the day of your special occasion. Our signature food is enjoyed as either pigs in buns (otherwise known as hog roast rolls, which feature meat, crackling and our homemade duo of apple sauce and sage and onion stuffing) or as part of a sit-down meal, where you and your guests dig in to meat, crackling, your choice of vegetables and potatoes and all the trimmings, including our own onion gravy.

Additionally, Hog Roast Badminton is well-known for our wealth of choice and variety, as we know that sometimes our customers need alternative dishes or extra food provided for a party or event, and we love to ensure that varying personal tastes, appetites and special diets are all catered for.

Hog Roast Badminton,If you prefer spit-roast turkey, chicken, beef or lamb (or even something a little more exotic) or a barbecue of chef’s special sausages, 100% beef burgers and ribs, we’ve got you covered, or you may want to go all out with a specialty standalone menu of ours, like Southern Slow Roast, Loaded Fries or our new Alfresco Menu. We can just as easily provide you with a multi-course menu as we can a simple main, and we have all kinds of possibilities of canapés, starters, sides and puddings. And if you let us know about any dietary requirements, whether vegan, vegetarian or ones due to intolerances or allergies, we’ll help you plan ahead with tasty options to be made fresh on the day.

Hog Roast Badminton catered a small get-together recently, where we cooked up a storm with one of our famous hog roasts but we also made sure that a gluten-free guest could enjoy it too. Apart from the bread rolls and wraps, all the ingredients are already suitable, so on the day, we simply had to take along some gluten-free rolls for that guest, and everyone invited could then devour our delicious pigs in buns – and that they did!