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Bellota 50% ibérico ham selection sliced pack (2.9 Kg)

Bellota 50% ibérico ham selection sliced pack (2.9 Kg)

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2.9 Kg of selected JAMON IBERICO that comes from Iberian pigs fed with acorns during the montanera season. It´s an intense jamón with full of aroma nuances. This pack includes:

  • 28 on vacuum packs of sliced jamón (80 gr / 2,80 Oz each)
  • 4 on vacuum packs of jamón cubes (80 gr / 2,80 Oz each)
  • 4 on vacuum packs of jamón shavings (100 gr / 3,50 Oz each)
  • a tray of jamón bones

 

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Ibérico Bellota Ham

MÁS INFORMACIÓN SOBRE ESTE JAMÓN

Jamón de bellota ibérico
Para que un jamón pueda ser considerado de bellota ibérico, el cerdo del que se obtiene debe superar el 50% de raza y debe haber ganado el engorde final en libertad en la montanera.
Cerdo ibérico
En la península ibérica encontramos una raza de cerdos muy especial. La raza ibérica. Tiene infinidad de características que lo diferencian del resto de cerdos, pero hay una fundamental. Infiltra grasa dentro del músculo. Eso es lo que hace que un jamón ibérico tenga esas vetas blancas que lo hacen un producto único.
Pureza de la raza
El grado de pureza de la raza del cerdo depende, naturalmente, de la pureza de sus padres. De tal manera que podemos considerar como cerdo ibérico cualquiera que supere el 50% de pureza. Para ello necesitamos que la madre sea 100% pura.
Alimentación del cerdo ibérico
Los primeros cien Kilos de peso de cualquier cerdo ibérico los consigue de la misma manera que cualquier otro cerdo. Primero amamantándose y posteriormente con pienso vitaminado. Es fundamental una alimentación ordenada para que el animal esté fuerte, musculado y tenga unos huesos resistentes.
La montanera
Aquellos cerdos que están destinados a dar jamones de bellota ibéricos realizan la parte final de su engorde en la montanera. A partir de Noviembre, cuando hace frio en la sierra y la bellota cae de manera natural por estar madura, los mayorales dejan en libertad por la finca a los cerdos que pretenden acabar de engordar de manera natural. Durante un máximo de 4 meses, los cerdos comerán todas las bellotas que puedan encontrar, frutos rojos y mucha hierba. Pasearán mucho y beberán mucha agua. Cuando hayan incrementado un 50% el peso con el que entraron al campo estarán listos para proporcionar los maravillosos jamones de bellota ibéricos.
Procedencias (Selección)
En España hay cuatro zonas que son ampliamente conocidas por la tradición y la calidad de sus jamones: Salamanca, Cáceres-Badajoz, Córdoba y Huelva. La procedencia de este jamón puede ser de cualquiera de las cuatro zonas indicadas. De cada partida marcamos como selección las mejores piezas recibidas de al menos 7 Kilos de peso.

MÁS INFORMACIÓN

Ingredientes:
Jamón de bellota ibérico con más de 36 meses de curación y sal.
Información nutricional (por cada 100g):
Valor energético (kcal/KJ): 272/1138,05
Grasas (g): 20,17
de las cuales saturadas (g): 7,5
Hidratos de carbono (g): 0,45
de los cuales azúcares (g):<0,3
Proteínas (g): 35,12
Sal (g): 4,52

¿Qué es el jamón?
Un jamón es el resultado de curar en sal la pata trasera de un cerdo. Dependiendo del tipo de cerdo y de su alimentación, los meses de curación varían sustancialmente y también variará su sabor. Debido a la gran cantidad de carne en un mismo jamón encontraremos distintos sabores: la maza es la parte más suave, la contramaza la más sabrosa y a medida que nos acercamos al hueso encontramos más intensidad.

¿Cómo se hace un jamón?
Una vez tenemos la pata del cerdo lista, lo primero que hemos de hacer es prepararlo para la salazón. El cocinero realiza un corte en v sobre la corteza del cerdo y decide cuánta grasa externa quiere dejar. Cuanta más grasa tenga, menos sal absorberá y más dulce quedará. Una vez realizada la operación previa, la pata se entierra en sal unas dos semanas de promedio. Si el cocinero decide alargar ese periodo, el jamón quedará más sabroso. A partir de ese momento, en función del tipo de jamón que vayamos a hacer, de las características de la pata y del sabor que pretendamos obtener, la pierna estará colgada en el secadero hasta que esté óptima para su consumo.

Detailed description of the piece:
Format Pack
Storage instructions Store in the fridge. Take out 1 hour before eating
Recommendations for use 3 months from the date of cutting and packaging
Recommendation to serve Remove the sachet one hour before consumption
Ingredients A jamón is the result of dry curing a pig's hind leg in salt. Depending on the type of pig and its diet, the months of curing vary substantially and its taste will also vary. Due to the large amount of meat in the same jamón, we will find different flavours: the “maza” is the softest part, the “contramaza” the tastiest and as we approach the bone we find more intensity.
Instructions Remove the sachets a few minutes before consumption and wait until they are at room temperature. A very easy way to know that the product is ready to be enjoyed is when the slices are easily separated without breaking. This is the perfect moment when this product has regained all its nuances of flavour, texture and aroma.
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Detailed description of the piece:
Format Pack
Storage instructions Store in the fridge. Take out 1 hour before eating
Recommendations for use 3 months from the date of cutting and packaging
Recommendation to serve Remove the sachet one hour before consumption
Ingredients A jamón is the result of dry curing a pig's hind leg in salt. Depending on the type of pig and its diet, the months of curing vary substantially and its taste will also vary. Due to the large amount of meat in the same jamón, we will find different flavours: the “maza” is the softest part, the “contramaza” the tastiest and as we approach the bone we find more intensity.
Instructions Remove the sachets a few minutes before consumption and wait until they are at room temperature. A very easy way to know that the product is ready to be enjoyed is when the slices are easily separated without breaking. This is the perfect moment when this product has regained all its nuances of flavour, texture and aroma.
Country of origin SPAIN
Country of origin of main ingredients SPAIN
Place where the main ingredient is elaborated SPAIN
Country of declaration SPAIN


Detailed description of the piece:
Format Pack
Storage instructions Store in the fridge. Take out 1 hour before eating
Recommendations for use 3 months from the date of cutting and packaging
Recommendation to serve Remove the sachet one hour before consumption
Ingredients A jamón is the result of dry curing a pig's hind leg in salt. Depending on the type of pig and its diet, the months of curing vary substantially and its taste will also vary. Due to the large amount of meat in the same jamón, we will find different flavours: the “maza” is the softest part, the “contramaza” the tastiest and as we approach the bone we find more intensity.
Instructions Remove the sachets a few minutes before consumption and wait until they are at room temperature. A very easy way to know that the product is ready to be enjoyed is when the slices are easily separated without breaking. This is the perfect moment when this product has regained all its nuances of flavour, texture and aroma.
Country of origin SPAIN
Country of origin of main ingredients SPAIN
Place where the main ingredient is elaborated SPAIN
Country of declaration SPAIN


Detailed description of the piece:
Format Pack
Storage instructions Store in the fridge. Take out 1 hour before eating
Recommendations for use 3 months from the date of cutting and packaging
Recommendation to serve Remove the sachet one hour before consumption
Ingredients A jamón is the result of dry curing a pig's hind leg in salt. Depending on the type of pig and its diet, the months of curing vary substantially and its taste will also vary. Due to the large amount of meat in the same jamón, we will find different flavours: the “maza” is the softest part, the “contramaza” the tastiest and as we approach the bone we find more intensity.
Instructions Remove the sachets a few minutes before consumption and wait until they are at room temperature. A very easy way to know that the product is ready to be enjoyed is when the slices are easily separated without breaking. This is the perfect moment when this product has regained all its nuances of flavour, texture and aroma.
Country of origin SPAIN
Country of origin of main ingredients SPAIN
Place where the main ingredient is elaborated SPAIN
Country of declaration SPAIN
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