Step 1: Open and remove packaging
Step 2: Remove yellow oxidized fat from the prosciutto’s front surface
Step 3: In preparing this violin shaped prosciutto to be sliced on the machine
and to maximize its yield, one must then turn his/her attention to the back side of the prosciutto and begin skinning from the bottom up about 5 inches. Then begin skinning the entire part of the prosciutto that jets out and extends beyond the 90 degree angle forming a triangle of sorts. Once done skinning an "L" shape should appear.
Step 4: Place product on slicer with bottom skinned part facing the blade. Slice horizontally until the part that jets out is reached and one is no longer able to slice horizontally.
Step 5: Flip the product on the vertical side and slice until the part that jets out is sliced down. The prosciutto can be rotated again and sliced once more until horizontally until product is depleted. This technique is sure to maximize yield.
Prosciutto di San Daniele’s meat is rosy red and marbled with white fat. It is sweet and aromatic flavor.
Prosciutto di San Daniele can be served as a cold cut sliced thinly sliced and featured in a sandwich, flat bread or as a pizza topping. It is a great addition to any cheese and charcuterie board. It may be enjoyed with robiola, mozzarella cheese, figs or cantaloupe.
Prosecco, Friuliano or a medium body red will pair beautifully with this product as will a wheat beer or strong apple cider.
Nutritional information coming soon!
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