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Salsiccia al Cinghiale di Norcia - Cose del Posto
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Sausage with wild boar from Norcia Salvatori 300g

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Typical Umbrian sausage that expertly blends the full and generous flavor of the wild boar of our mountains with the sweet and intense taste of our white breed pigs.

  • How it is made : For its preparation our Artigiano dei Salumi uses lean wild boar meat, with the addition of pork belly to make the dough less dry and prolong its shelf life, since wild boar meat has such characteristics that, used alone, it would age quickly. Once the mixture has been prepared, which involves the use of spices and natural flavors, everything is stuffed into the casing and left to dry and then mature.
  • Pairings: Wild boar sausage is appreciated in the creation of tasty and rich in flavor appetizers both alone and in combination withCheeses medium-aged in classic mixed platters; it is excellent especially with theEaster cheese pizza .

Data sheet

SIZE : 300 grams.

SPECIFIC NOTES: Aged sausage fine grain vacuum packed.

ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS: Seasoning: 40-60 days - Shape: typical vacuum-packed stick.

INGREDIENTS: Pork meat, wild boar meat 30%, salt, pepper, garlic, dextrose, sucrose, natural flavorings - Product without dyes, gluten, milk and its derivatives. Antioxidants E301, Preservatives E250 E252. Inedible casing.

METHOD OF STORAGE: Cool and dry place.


AVERAGE NUTRITION VALUES PER 100gr OF PRODUCT: energy value 338 kcal / 1403kj, fat 25g / of which saturated 8.7g, carbohydrates 1.5g / of which sugars 1g, proteins 26g, salt 3.89g

PRODUCER : SALVATORI salami craftsman - Norcia (PG).

The history of Salvatori di Norcia

For more than thirty years, the SALVATORI company has been producing quality cured meats in the area of Italy where the art of Norcineria originated. Founded in 1980 in Norcia (Perugia), the SALVATORI company has always been oriented towards quality production, strictly respecting tradition. This philosophy has meant that over the years the production moved from a small laboratory (where it all began) to a much larger and more modern structure, capable of combining quality and tradition, even innovation. The new production structure is able to respond to the continuous needs of the market, focusing on the usual objectives: Compliance with health and hygiene regulations to protect the consumer; The excellent quality of its products, a quality that has distinguished the Salvatori company for thirty years.