Iberian Palette

Different dishes distinguish Spanish cuisine from end to end, but there is one that stands out for its aroma and its characteristics of denomination of origin: the Iberian palette. This ham is currently one of the most distinguished products. Their different characteristics and forms of manufacturing have made this product an icon of power to Spain and from there to various points. Market bids are multiple and vary their prices according to quality, size and healing process. The Iberico dehesa de Extremadura are originating in the area of Medellin Badajoz are possible to achieve only for wholesalers and are priced to be arranged very interesting. Another option is the Iberian palette of Guijuelo recebo that comes from the area of Guijuelo Salamanca, cured for 20 months in cellars which retains its Iberian flavor and that has not been accelerated in salteries. The estimated weight of each piece is 5 kg.

You can also get of bait at a more economical price. Very traditional and marketed in the power of Spain is the Iberian recebo ibericum jabugo. This palette is done with pigs bred in fields that are fed through a mixed system of Acorn fattening up their first kilos and then with legumes and cereals (derivatives). This palette also has different periods of healing in relation to its weight. A palette can be between 4, 5 kg up to 5, 5 kg and be at rest for 18 to 30 months. Its origin is in the area of Aracena Huelva. To accompany a cold cuts table nothing better than a chosen delicacy.

Doing so is important presentation of Paleta Iberica de bellota great reserve ibericum performed with animals fed to Acorn-fed Guijuelo montanera and herbs during all her upbringing. The pieces are unique and its flavor is incomparable. You can also get threaded market ready to consume which allows us to purchase smaller quantities. Different types of paleta Iberica provide area, breeding and animal feed but no doubt they are all of excellent quality and an artisan process that allows you to enjoy of a unique dish to time to accompany a wine of the area.

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