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Linley Valley Pork | Pulled-pork and broccolini pizza

Our State on a Plate focuses on quality WA produce and how it is sourced, cooked and served in local eateries around WA.

In partnership with Our State on a Plate, we hit the road to meet some of our business customers and primary producers to learn more about our homegrown goodness and how best to enjoy it.

More West Aussies are travelling around WA and ‘rediscovering’ favourite or new destinations.

Western Australia is known for its vast, pristine, natural environment and it’s here that fresh produce is farmed for its taste and nutritional benefit of West Aussies.

Over the past decade, the provenance of the food that we eat has become increasingly more important. Consumers want to know where and how produce is grown and sourced from, especially animal products.

Linley Valley Pork has been raising pigs for over 30 years in Western Australia.

Linley Valley Pork – homegrown for over thirty years

Linley Valley pork products are locally grown and processed right here in Western Australia, in the Linley Valley (east of the Perth Hills area) and in the Great Southern.

Linley Valley Pork is homegrown goodness that starts with nature and ends with flavour.

Whether it’s in the Perth metro area or across regional WA – there’s never been a better chance to get behind the local businesses who also call WA home.

Learn how quick and easy it is to make a pizza with Linley Valley pulled-pork.

Linley Valley pulled-pork and broccolini pizza

Pizza base ingredients

  • 2 shop-bought pizza dough balls
  • 200 grams semolina

Pizza sauce

  • 1 tin of Italian tomatoes
  • 1 packet fresh basil
  • 5 grams salt
  • 2 TBSP BBQ sauce


  • 1 mozzarella ball (source locally at La Delizia Latticini)
  • 100 grams Linley Valley pulled-pork
  • ½ bunch Broccolini, roasted
  • 100 grams smoked provoleta
  • ½ red onion, sliced


  1. Ensure the dough balls are at room temperature before rolling out balls till rounded in shape. Shop bought rolled out bases can be used an alternative, but ensure you use a non-stick baking tray.
  2. Top the base with 1.5 dessert spoons of pizza sauce.
  3. Build the pizza by adding; mozzarella, pulled pork, chopped broccolini, red onion, and provoleta.
  4. Cook on 350 degrees till cooked.
  5. Slice into 8 pieces. Enjoy!

Love pork or want more pork inspiration?

Keen to try more pork from Linley Valley’s range? visit their website for more information on their products, meat cuts, recipes, stockists and more.

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