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Casaponsa Cured Pork Loin


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Pork. red Pork Loin is a type of dry-cured pork that is typically made from the loin of a pig. It is cured with salt, pepper, and spices, and then air-dried for several weeks to months

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It can be enjoyed on its own, or it can be used in charcuterie boards, sandwiches, salads, and pasta dishes. Mortadella Iberico can also be cooked, such as in a risotto or a pizza.

Store in the refrigerator. It will keep for up to 2 weeks. Wrap it tightly in plastic wrap or parchment paper to prevent drying while allowing it to breathe.

About Casaponsa

Casaponsa specialises in charcuterie made from the finest ingredients, sourced from the highest quality butchers and abattoirs that treat and prepare the meat according to the time-honoured traditions of charcuterie. They only select the cuts of meat that meet their own rigorous quality, health and hygiene standards.

They produce their charcuterie meats, which include exclusive and patented recipes, at their own plant and the product is distributed through a sales network to importers, distributors and large retailers.

Casaponsa products can be found in a variety of locations including haute-cuisine restaurants, specialised stores, delicatessens, and in supermarkets and commercial chains.

Pork Loin

Pork loin, a versatile and tender cut of meat, is a blank canvas for culinary creativity that allows chefs and home cooks to craft a range of flavorful dishes. From succulent roasts to juicy chops, pork loin's mild taste and tender texture make it a delightful centerpiece on any dining table.

The preparation possibilities for pork loin are vast, from marinating it with aromatic herbs to glazing it with savory sauces. Its adaptability means it can be tailored to various cuisines and palates, ensuring a satisfying meal for all.

When it comes to wine pairing, pork loin's versatility opens the door to an array of wine choices. For roasted or grilled pork loin, a medium-bodied red wine like Merlot or a light and fruity Pinot Noir can complement the meat's flavors, enhancing the overall dining experience.

For a white wine pairing, opt for a slightly oaked Chardonnay or a dry and crisp Riesling. These white wines can bring out the subtle nuances of the pork loin while offering a refreshing contrast to its richness.