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Carchelejo Morcilla Cebola 200g

₱214.00
Cured sausage/Salchichon. Pork. Morcilla Cebola is a type of blood sausage that is made with pork blood, pork fat, onions, and spices. Morcilla Cebola has a soft texture and a slightly sweet flavor.
Gluten-free
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₱214.00
 

It can be eaten on its own as a snack or appetizer, or it can be used in omelets, tapas, and stews. It can also be cooked, such as in a risotto or a grilled cheese sandwich.

Keep in freezer. After opening, use up within 3 days.

About Carchelejo

Carchelejo began its journey back in 1960. Its origins go back to a traditional butchery where pigs were sacrificed from the local herds of the area, thus supplying the town that today bears its name. With these meats, artisan sausages were made, which is why Don Bernardino González and his wife, Doña Juana Lomas, founders of the company, began marketing them in nearby towns.

Little by little and thanks to the determination of its founders, the fame of its products was extended throughout the Province of Jaén, extending its radius of action to other bordering provinces, mainly Cordova.

Following the tradition of the environment, the products that began to be elaborated were those that, generation after generation, have been elaborated in the Region of Sierra Mágina, natural park where the industry is located, such as chorizos rosario, sausages, butifarras and hams.

Sausages

Sausages, a timeless culinary classic found across various cultures, offer a delectable combination of flavors and textures that satisfy palates around the world. Whether sizzling on a grill, simmering in stews, or adding savory depth to pasta dishes, sausages are a versatile ingredient that never fails to delight.

When it comes to wine pairing, the bold flavors of sausages call for wines that can stand up to their robustness. For pork sausages like bratwurst or Italian sausage, a medium-bodied red wine like Merlot or Chianti can complement their savory and herbal notes, creating a harmonious match.