Pancetta Piacentina PDO 1kg
PDO Pancetta Piacentina is a PDO cured meat typical of Piacenza in Emilia Romagna region. It comes from the fattiest cut of the pork, called “pancettone”, sprinkled with a mixture of salt and spices, rolled, tied and then left to dry in special rooms for 10-15 days. The curing period lasts up to 8-12 months depending on the weight.
It is a very versatile type of cured meats, used to enhance the flavour of many dishes. It can be served on a platter, simply sliced. To ensure a "melting effect” in the mouth, we suggest cutting very thin slices and serving at room temperature.
- Weight: approx. 1 Kg air-dried
- Region: Emilia Romagna
- Ingredients: Pork, salt, flavourings and spices
- Storage temperature: < 8° C
- Storage: Store in a cool and dry place
- Shelf-life: 60 days from the date of production
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Ask any Italian where their favourite place to eat is, and their response will undoubtedly be “mamma’s kitchen”. But if we change the context of the question and extend it to include a wider area, the answer will most likely be Emilia-Romagna. Our region's cuisine is one of the finest in the world. There are a number of reasons for this, each one tastier than the next. Just think of Emilia-Romagna's vast collection of PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) and PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) products, which are not easy to come by elsewhere.
Salumi Grossetti: Piacenza-style cold cuts coming from the tradition. The company boasts a long family practise in the production of traditional cold cuts from Piacenza. The workshop was created in 1875, in Pianello Val Tidone, handing down from generation to generation the art of preparing cured meats. After four generations, the workshop has now become a modern cured pork meat factory, equipped with advanced technological tools and procedures recognized at the Community level to ensure the highest standards in terms of food safety and healthiness.