PORCHETTA, TUSCANY ROASTED
The classic steam cooked Porchetta is oven-roasted to a golden colour to develop a soft and delicate flavour and seasoned with natural ingredients such as rosemary, salt, pepper, bay leaf, sage and juniper.
The meat is marinated and left to soak to tenderise and absorb the flavour from the spices. Â Cooking time is approximately 10 hours, using steam in the first hour to keep the rind soft. At this stage the excess fat melts.Â
Ideal as a one course meal, accompanied by oven roasted vegetables and Tuscan bread.
PRINCIPE, ANTIBIOTIC-FREE PANCETTA
Pancetta is a salumi made of pork belly meat that is salt cured. Pancetta in Italy is typically cooked to add depth to soups and pastas.
PRINCIPE, MORTADELLA WITH PISTACHIO (IMPORTED)
Originally produced in Emilia-Romagna, Principe Mortadella is made from 100% select pure pork meat. According to Bologna tradition, it is ground and blended with cubes of top quality bacon fat, fresh spices and natural flavors, then carefully cooked in humidity ovens.
PRINCIPE, ROASTED HAM WITH ROSEMARY
Our Rosemary Ham melts in your mouth, while our Tuscany-Style Ham`s tantalizing aroma brings forth memories of Italy`s unforgettable valleys and hillsides. Our Roasted Garlic Ham has a subtle texture and delicate garlic flavor that stir up memories of France. Enjoy our diverse Oven-Roasted Hams in panini, salads, antipasto and casseroles.
PRINCIPE, ROASTED PANCETTA
Principe Roasted Pancetta is ready-to-eat and deliciously savory, as each piece is personally seasoned and roasted in hot air ovens. Roasted Italian Pancetta can be described as a sweet aged bacon. It has a lower meat ratio, for a silky smooth texture. It’s perfect as an ingredient, or directly sliced for use as a deli meat, with a delicate, sweet-and-savory bacon flavor.
PROSCIUTTO SAN DANIELLE (SECOLO) 20 MONTH
Prosciutto di San Daniele can only be made in the small town of San Daniele del Friuli, close to the city of Udine. This tiny town, with little over 8,000 inhabitants, is nestled between the Dolomite mountains and fertile low-lying pastures. The unique combination of strong, cold alpine winds and warm marine breezes from the Adriatic Sea, create the incredible micro-climate for air drying and aging the famous Prosciutto di San Daniele: low humidity, excellent ventilation and cool breezes. Due to its small size and geography, very limited production is available worldwide.