Spotted Trotter Sliced Lamb & Beef Sujuk Salami
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- by Spotted Trotter
- United States
Armenia meets Atlanta in Spotted Trotter’s Sujuk Salami, which packs a world of flavor in every slice. A blend of beef and lamb builds a robust flavor in this spin on traditional dried sausage. The penny-thick slices are tender, speckled with pockets of fat. Sumac, cumin, and garlic bring aromatic undertones, while paprika adds a bit of heat. We guarantee you won’t miss the pork. Amp up your next melt with this salami and Alpha Tolman, or build on the bold flavor with meaty Greensward.
- Sujuk (or sucuk) is a dry, spicy sausage found in several Balkan and Middle Eastern countries. It’s typically made with beef or lamb.
- Salami is one of the most popular types of cured meat, made by chopping or grinding meat and supplementary fat, salting and seasoning the mixture, and stuffing into casings.
- The sausages are hung to cure, ferment, and dry, which is where the salami firms up to its final texture, develops its flavor, and becomes more shelf-stable.
- Beef salami is often leaner than pork varieties, though lamb brings a bit more fat to these slices. You won't find as many fat pockets in this Sujuk Salami as you might in pork salami, but it remains tender.
- Sujuk is often served with eggs, and these slices would be delicious fried in a skillet with eggs and tucked into a pita with a handful of herbs.