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Brooklyn Cured Sliced Hot Sopressata

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Brooklyn Cured Sliced Hot Sopressata
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  • Age: 40 Days
  • Pork
  • by Brooklyn Cured
  • United States

This sliced version of Brooklyn Cured Hot Sopressata is a snackable Italian pork salami that blends garlic, chili flakes, and black pepper for a kick of heat and savory intensity. These small-batch, handmade dry cured pork slices are spicy and rustic, making them perfect for cheese boards and Italian sandwiches. Try pairing Brooklyn Cured Sliced Hot Sopressata with mild cheeses like Provolone and a drizzle of Murray’s Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.

“This sopressata is the essential ingredient for a great Italian sub. It's hot, but won't overpower the other meats. My advice is to get two packs: one to make the sub, and the other to snack on while you make the sub. Trust me, this comes from personal experience. “
Murray’s Wholesale – New York, NY
Pork, Salt, Spices, Dextrose, Celery Powder, Red Pepper, Rosemary Extract, Cherry Powder, Lactic Acid Starter Culture
  • Brooklyn Cured, founded by Scott Bridi, draws on inspiration from Italian tradition, American deli meats, French charcuterie, and German sausages to create small-batch, handmade products like their Sliced Hot Sopressata.
  • This version is an ode to the Italian-American neighborhood Scott Bridi grew up in.
  • It’s distinctly spicy and robustly seasoned with garlic, chili flakes, black pepper, and white wine.
  • Sopressata is a type of Italian dry cured pork salami.
  • Unlike traditional salami, sopressata has a coarser grind and is mixed with chili flakes to add heat.
  • Brooklyn Cured draws upon the traditions of Italian salumerias, Lower East Side delis, French charcuterie shops, and German beer gardens to create their own artisanal dry-cured meats.
  • Scott Bridi, the Brooklyn-based founder, has over 15 years of experience in the food industry as a chef, butcher, culinary instructor, and charcutier.
  • He’s made charcuterie in some of New York’s best restaurants and butcher shops, even establishing a charcuterie program in a Michelin 3-star restaurant in Manhattan.
  • Brooklyn Cured uses pasture-raised, antibiotic-free meat in all of its products.
  • They draw inspiration from the diverse cultural and culinary history of Brooklyn’s many neighborhoods to create everything from dry-cured meats and sausages, to hot dogs and deli meats.
  • Brooklyn Cured has helped to usher in a new kind of Renaissance to the US charcuterie market, giving traditional European recipes for dry-cured meats a modern feel. 

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