Meat & Deli
- Region: Calabria
When cut, the sweet fragrance of chili pepper and paprika can be perceived, combined with the scent of the small deli artisan shops and balsamic notes. The taste opens sweet and the gradually improves and closes with strong spicy hints, still not invasive.
A dry Italian sausage made in the traditional manner for this salami with an oblong and flattened shape. Schiacciata salami may be seasoned with sweet ingredients or spicy ingredients to provide a sweet mellow flavour or a "piccante" spiced taste. The raw material used is the typical local pork thigh, minced with or without flavourings and characterized by a spicy flavour. Looking at the slice, the low-fat and fat parts, cut with the knife, can be clearly distinguished. The colour tends to brick red and the shape is typically flattened. This product comes in vacuum pack.
Tired of the classic Pancetta and looking for new flavours? It\'s time to try the beef spicy pancetta!
The Pancetta Arrotalata is a cured meat obtained from the cow’s belly. The meat is salted for a short period of time, then washed in running water, preserved with pepper and natural flavourings, aged and smoked naturally. This product comes in vacuum pack.
Soft spreadable spicy salami made from selected halal-certified beef, flavoured with top quality chilli pepper, aged and smoked naturally.
All Salumificio Suppa products are good for appetisers and starters or in the preparation of delicious and exquisite recipes that exalt their flavours.They are always looking for genuine meat whose origins are controlled and certified, using only basic ingredients as the traditional family recipe wants. A perfect gift for all the halal salumi lovers!
A palate invading, sensory addictive fiery pork paste from Calabria. It\'s the must have ingredient for a bit of a kick!
Nduja is a unique salume from Calabria: a soft spreadable salami obtained from selected pork meat, flavoured with top quality chili, matured and smoked in a natural way. The strange name is related to the French andouille and, though nduja is also packed into that rather worrying lower end of the gut to form its singular shape, it has nothing to do with the much more polarising (and let\'s face it, poopy) andouillette. Thinly spread on toasted bread, on pizza, used as a base for a stew or in a pasta dish with shellfish or stuffed squid, it spreads its rich flavour and tingling spiciness in the subtlest way right into the part of the brain that stores the best memories of food. You will want more.