Composition: Pork belly, salt, pepper, then lightly smoked.
Weight: ~ 400gr.
Fresh product vacuum packed for better preservation.
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The panzetta is made in Corsica, made from pork belly, it is then salted and peppered and slightly smoked. Following this production phase, panzetta is refined in our cellars for several months.
Cooked panzetta is often grilled in slices of 1.5cm to 2cm in a pan, on a barbecue or in a fireplace, accompanied by fresh bread, a red wine " Orenga of Gaffory " and a Corsican cheese, it is a real treat. It can also be used in a multitude of preparation, such as: potato, gratin, stew, pie, pizza, soups, sauces, risotto ... It will delight you with its firm and melting texture! The panzetta can also be fried with eggs in a pan. It will gladly replace your bacon.
Tip: you can accompany your panzetta of figatellu , their flavors are a marvel! It is obviously a basic ingredient of Corsican cuisine, it will bring an exceptional flavor to many of your dishes.
It is recommended to keep it in a cool, dry and ventilated place.
500gr of flour, 150gr / 200gr of tomme Corsican , 12 slices of panzetta of 1cm, 20 black pitted olives, 30cl of warm water, 1 tablespoon of Provence herb, 1 onion, 20cl of olive oil, 2 sachets of baker's yeast , 2 pinches of salt.
1. Mix the yeast in a glass of warm water (a glass bottom) and set aside for 15 minutes.
2. Put the flour and salt in a bowl and mix. Dig a well, pour in yeast and some of the water
3. Knead the dough by adding water gradually and olive oil until a smooth paste. Cover it with a cloth and let it swell.
4. Take the panzetta and slice it, so that you make some pretty bacon. Then in a hot pan and a drizzle of olive oil, brown the panzetta bacon. Book now.
5. Finely chop the onion and brown it in the bacon fat. Book now.
6. Cut the olives into small pieces and grate the tomme corse. Book now.
7. Flour your work surface to work the dough, knead it and do not hesitate to add flour if necessary.
8. Lower the dough and place the ingredients: bacon, onions, olives, half tomme and herbes de Provence. Then fold the corners in the center to close and form the shape of a fougasse (oval).
9. Preheat your oven to 250 ° C, put your fougasse on parchment paper, cut it and spread the nicks.
10. Brush the fougasse with olive oil and bake for 20 to 30 minutes.
Tip: You can put under the plate, the fries with water, the crust will be all the more crisp.
Enjoy this fougasse as a starter, as a dish or as an aperitif, an original recipe that will delight your taste buds, your friends and your family!
300g of panzetta, 1kg of fresh beans, 400g of potatoes, 200g of leeks, 400g of onions, 200g of chard, 200g of young carrots, 100g of dandelions, 100gr of borage, 3 cloves of garlic, 3 tablespoons of olive oil, salt, pepper.
1. Clean the leeks and the chard, sort the dandelions and the borage, shell the beans, peel the potatoes, onions and carrots. Cut all the vegetables into cubes.
2. In a pot of cold water, put the panzetta cut into 6 pieces and bring to a boil over high heat. Chew, cover and cook for 1 hour.
3. In another pot, add the olive oil and melt the onions without browning them. Then add the leeks a few minutes then the other vegetables and the garlic (peeled).
4. Pour the cooking water from the panzetta at the height of the vegetables as well as the pieces of panzetta, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil and cook for 1h30 on a low heat.
5. You can serve and accompany this soup with dried bread slices.
Monique M. published the 21/02/2019 following an order made on 12/02/2019
parfaite ! aussi bonne crue que cuite
Helene R. published the 03/02/2019 following an order made on 27/01/2019
Un vrai régal !
Fabienne F. published the 10/01/2019 following an order made on 30/12/2018
Un grand classique mais moi qui qui mangeais de la poitrine fumée crue faite sur le continent, je vous mets au défi de ne pas commander la charcuterie corse par palettes (si vous pouvez stocker, bien sûr) la Panzetta est un vrai délice qui se mange cru ou cuisinée de tas de façons. curieusement, dans toute la charcuterie, c'est ce produit que je grignote le plus souvent...
Marc Jean P. published the 11/12/2018 following an order made on 26/11/2018
Bonne à souhait
Laurent B. published the 28/09/2018 following an order made on 03/09/2018
Bon mais le gras est majoritaire.
Pascal G. published the 24/09/2018 following an order made on 12/09/2018
Pascal D. published the 24/09/2018 following an order made on 09/09/2018
Sylvie S. published the 07/08/2018 following an order made on 28/07/2018
Marcel A. published the 07/06/2018 following an order made on 15/05/2018