Brindisa Spanish Foods iberico Pork Fat, 190G
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Sourced from the prestigious Iberico pigs, renowned for their premium quality meat, this lard boasts of a unique, captivating flavour. In addition, we should also point out its high iron content, which makes it a recommended product in cases of anemia. This ibérico lard is produced by a specialist company that raises and slaughters its own herds of ibérico pigs. We strive to procure quality animal products that are both enjoyable and nutritious, as it should be. Indulge in the festive flavours of Long Clawson Potted Stilton, even if the packaging has seen a bit of wear.
This fat can be easily melted by heating it up and can be used to fry grilled pork fillets or eggs, for example.Feedlot animals are not only missing the quality diet that make their meat taste good, they can have \"off\" flavors, a lower nutrient content, and an imbalanced fatty acid ratio. The fat of acorn-fed Ibérico ham provides a unique flavor, aroma and texture that you won’t find in any other cured meat.
Ibérico breed pigs enjoy every day during the Montanera season an astonishing average of 20 pounds of acorns a day, and they do a lot of exercise to find them. In this article you can read about the beneficial properties of jamon iberico and, of course, the wonderful fat with high levels of oleic acid it provides. This product is made from the meat of the famous iberico pigs of Spain, world renowned for its flavour and aromas. Iberico pork ham promotes the production of HDL (good cholesterol) in the body while decreasing LDL (bad cholesterol). Instead of a classic Sunday roast, having a bowl of slow-cooked Iberico Pork Cheeks placed in front of you, with the smooth smell of red wine with the sweetness of carrots and onion is mouth-watering and will be the talking point.On the other hand, the inedible fat is yellow and surrounds the ham; this fat should be thrown away. We take pride in offering products that are not only a delight for the palate but also a reflection of our dedication to sustainable and responsible farming practices. At a nutritional level, more than 50% of the fats from the acorn belong to oleic acid and this type of fat is the healthiest according to the experts.
Try using the fat of the Iberian ham as a substitute for the bacon in stews, potatoes and meat or a simple sauté of vegetables. Rearing Process: The traditional rearing process for Iberico pigs involves allowing them to roam freely in oak forests to forage for food, particularly acorns.Their aim was to create a business that would control each step of the process of producing ibérico ham, from birth to the final product. The high levels of monounsaturated fats found in the acorns also contribute to the unique texture and rich flavour of Iberico pork. Pat it dry with paper towels and spread it out on a baking sheet in a low temperature oven to dry it.