A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Types of Cured Meats

Chicken Roll
Chicken Roll

Chicken Roll is basically chicken breast but it comes in the same shape as bologna; in other words, a log (or "roll") at the deli, resulting in cirular pieces when sliced. Althought chicken breast is easy enough to find at most all delis I haven't been able to find it available in this form.

source: chowhound.com
Chorizo
Chorizo

How it's made and sold: Spanish chorizo is a dried and cured sausage in a casing. It can be usually found with other ready-to-eat cured meat products like salami. These chorizos can be smoked or unsmoked, and may be sweet or spicy. You'll usually find Spanish chorizos with the other cured and smoked sausages like salami.

source: thekitchn.com
Ham off the Bone
Ham off the Bone

Off The Bone Deli Meats. Our Off The Bone deli meats are hand-selected and provide that delicious bone-in flavor like it s right from your ... Off The Bone Smoked Ham

image: eckrich.com
Pancetta
Pancetta

The cure is rubbed all over the pork belly and massaged into the meat. The meat is then put into a zip bag and into the fridge to cure. Allowing the salts and herbs to penetrate the meat.

Pepperoni
Pepperoni

Pepperoni (also known as pepperoni sausage [citation needed]) is an American variety of salami, made from cured pork and beef mixed together and seasoned with paprika or other chili pepper. Pepperoni is characteristically soft, slightly smoky, and bright red in color.

image: bigoven.com
Salami
Salami

Hence our Guide to Cured Italian Meats: Salami, Salame, or Salumi. Nonno produced wonderful cacciatore, capocollo, salt pork, and soppressata. The cured meats represented the ideal combination of salt, red pepper, herbs, wine, and intoxicating flavor and I often filled up on the meat and homemade bread and had no use for lunch.

source: scordo.com

Related Types