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Simonini Pancetta Smoked 1kg

Simonini Pancetta Smoked 1kg

Regular price $20.00 SGD
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Simonini Pancetta Smoked is a flavorful Italian cured meat made from pork belly, characteristically in square shape. It is cured with salt, pepper and herbs, resulting in a savory taste with a tinge of sweetness. It is then finally smoked. Tender and tasty on the palate, it is an excellent ingredient in the kitchen. Thanks to the presence of fats, which makes it delicate and sweet, as well as sapid and delicious. Pancetta is often used to add depth and richness to pasta dishes, sauces, and soups. Its distinctive taste enhances the overall flavor profile of recipes, offering a delicious alternative to other cured meats. As all Simonini products are, our Pancetta is gluten free, as well as soya free and milk derivates free.


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

Ingredients: pork belly, salt, dextrose, saccharose, flavorings, smoke flavor, antioxidant: E300, preservatives: E250, E252.


About Simonini

Simonini family is synonymous 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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