Yet many people are unaware that Italians have a national production of cooked ham, named Prosciutto Cotto, which originated in Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy regions of Italy.
And moreover, we often hear talking about Prosciutto in a general way referring to as Prosciutto Cotto or Prosciutto Crudo.
Continue reading to find out everything you need to know about Prosciutto Cotto.
It’s important to know the difference between these commonly confused cured meats in order to choose the best product for your needs since they they have different taste.
First of all, Prosciutto is a general term meaning ham. Crudo literally means "raw", and cotto literally means "cooked".
Prosciutto Cotto VS Prosciutto Crudo: Prosciutto Crudo is a cured but not cooked charcuterie, obtained from one thigh of pork where the skin is left on the top of the product. Prosciutto Cotto is obtained from the same pork cut with the skin and the fat layer left on the product, but then also cooked by slowly steaming it.Prosciutto Cotto VS American Cooked Ham: Prosciutto cotto differs from an American cooked ham because injected with natural brine flavored with wild aromatic herbs, because it is not cured and smoked and there's no artificial sweetening.
An Italian high quality Prosciutto Cotto should be:
Prosciutto Cotto is very much used in cold cut platters as it is, or it is heat in the oven above some vegetables such as asparagus or chicory together with melted cheese.Moreover prosciutto cotto and cheese panini is the healthy snack that kids usually like the most!
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