Fabrique Delices Duck Prosciutto
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- Age: 1+ year
- by Fabrique Delices
- United States
Fabriques Délices prepares duck breast similarly to traditional Italian prosciutto, by salt curing and open-air ageing until dried, then slicing it very thinly. The result is a ruby-hued delicacy that’s deeply gamey and rich with a luscious, velvety mouthfeel. Serve this luxe selection with Divina Fig Spread and a bold, woodsy cheese like Jasper Hill Harbison.
- Duck Prosciutto is made from the breast of the duck, which is a leaner cut of meat than duck legs. Ducks, like all waterfowl, have a layer of fat between the skin and the meat which gives the breast a rich, full flavor.
- The breast is dry-cured whole and then cut into thin slices to be served uncooked.
- This style of meat is called "prosciutto crudo" in Italian, which references the fact as the meat is cured rather than cooked.
- Fabrique Delices was born from a century-old charcuterie maker in Meaux, France.
- They established their United States presence in 1985 with a vision of bringing high-quality, artisanal French charcuterie products to the United States market.
- Traditional French recipes and the finest ingredients are used to create their line of nearly 100 different small-batch, minimally processed delicacies.
- While they use machines to grind and mix ingredients, most of their artisanal production is still done by hand.
- A wide-ranging product-line includes everything from pâtés, mousses, duck confit, magret, duck rillettes, boudins, sausages, truffle butter, macarons, cornichons, and more.