Prosciutto Crudo: Is a type of Salumi or Italian dried ham (hind leg of pig or wild boar). Crudo meaning uncooked and prosciutto derived from Latin, pro meaning before and exsuctus - to suck out. Prosciutto is an uncooked, ready to eat Italian ham prepared using only salt. It's normally served thinly sliced as part of antipasti or charcuterie board.
Prosciutto d’Olicana (Prosciutto of Ilkley) a Slow-Food Yorkshire Prosciutto made with free-range Yorkshire pigs. Olicana was the name given to the old Roman fort of Ilkley - where it's still hand-made today.
A deeply rich and delicate nitrite-free, sugar-free ham. Transforming the fresh leg of free-range pork into this delicacy is achieved by salting on oak casks, before being hung to mature in a climate-controlled curing cellar for a minimum of 9 months.
The result is powerful, smooth and delicate, aromatic flavours that melt in the mouth, Umam! Yorkshire prosciutto created with the Italian ethos. Much like the famous Italian salumi - Prosciutto di Parma (PDO) from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Strict rules ensure the quality and provenance of this product. Sodium nitrate, nitrites, sugar or any cure flavouring are prohibited. Prosciutto d’Olicana is also produced from free-ranging pigs and alignment to these very principles.
A headline deli meat for your antipasti starter, charcuterie board, or on its own as an indulgent antipasto snack.
Prosciutto d'Olicana: Italian dried ham
- Free Range Pork Haunch (Leg): 140% (Orginal weight:100g - Finished product weight: 60g)
- Sea Salt
- Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin-C)