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Simonini Guanciale 700-800g

Simonini Guanciale 700-800g

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Guanciale, a culinary treasure of Italian cuisine, is a dry-cured pork cheek generously coated in aromatic black pepper. Crafted from the premium fatty part of the pig's cheek, complete with its rind, guanciale undergoes a meticulous process. After salting and peppering, it is infused with herbs like rosemary and sage, then left to mature for 30-40 days. The result is a highly nutritious and flavorful cured meat, featuring delightful muscle strips characteristic of the animal.

This ingredient plays a pivotal role in Italian culinary classics, imparting its unique essence to iconic dishes like carbonara and amatriciana. Beyond pasta, guanciale serves as a delectable condiment for vegetables, soups, and adds depth to various culinary creations.

Allergen information: As typical of all Simonini products, Simonini Guanciale is gluten free, as well as soya free and milk derivates free.

Ingredients: pork jowl, salt, pepper (2%), spices, aromas, antioxidant: E301, preservatives: E250, E252. 


About Simonini

Simonini family is synonimous of tradition, quality and good eating. Since almost one century and four generations the company is based in Castelvetro, a small town on the Modena hills. Without ever changing locations, it has developed expanding more and more but keeping its roots in mind.

Simonini was started by Celestino and Cesarina Simonini in 1927 as a small family-run butcher shop in Modena, Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. In the 1950s they started producing Mortadella. After that, they branched out into a complete range of Italy’s famous cured and cooked meats. Cutting-edge production technologies and state-of-the-art systems were used. These ensure the environment is respected. Most importantly, food safety standards were adhered to strictly.  All these, combined with the dedication, hard work, tenacity and respect for tradition has been passed down in the Simonini family over the years.

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