Hnos. Hoyos Ham Shoulder Iberico Cebo de Campo Guijuelo (+5.5 Kg)
- Ham Shoulder from Guijuelo
- Free-range Iberico pigs grass and feed-fed (Cebo de Campo)
- Cured for a minimum of 28 months
- Intense smell and taste to Iberico
- Chewy and juicy at the same time
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Serving ideas:Iberian ham is one of the most popular products in Spanish gastronomy and it is also highly appreciated outside the Spanish borders. If you have guests at home, making some tapas with ham can be a great idea, since this ingredient is suitable to accompany wine or beer, and to whet the appetite. It is also very lean meat with low-fat content, which makes it a healthy and delicious food. A meeting is not complete without a charcuterie board. We recommend accompanying it with other sausages, such as chorizo, lomo or salami, and complete it with some matured cheese, bread and some fruit. Bread with ham and tomato is one of the best-known tapas in Spanish gastronomy. To prepare it, first, peel and grate the tomatoes, then add a little olive oil to bind it all together. The sourdough bread is cut into pieces and toasted (optional). On top of the baguette, spread some of the tomato mixture and put a slice of Iberian ham on top. The melon appetizer with ham is a recipe that combines sweet and salty. It is ideal as a tapa or as a starter. Simply cut the melon into cubes or with the help of a cutter to make more original shapes, place the slice of Iberian ham on top of the melon. Optionally, you can add a little olive oil and it is ready to serve. Classic Iberian ham croquette. It is a traditional recipe in its purest form and one of the tapas that never fails, not only among children but also among adults. The avocado and serrano ham toast pleasantly combines textures and flavours. This can be an appetizer, a tapa, a starter or even a light dinner. In addition to its incomparable flavour, it has important nutritional contributions, since avocado is classified as a superfood. Its preparation is very simple and it is a great source of potassium and it is rich in fibre. Mushrooms are also a great accompaniment to Iberian ham. A tapa of mushrooms stuffed with ham and dates is a combination of sweet and salty that will leave everybody satisfied and asking for more.
How to preserve a ham or shoulder:
- Remove the wrapping: the curing process of a ham does not end until it begins to be consumed. Removed wrapping so the cam can breathe. This will prevent moisture and mould from appearing.
- Keep in a fresh place: the ham should be kept in a fresh and dry area, at a stable temperature, without direct light input. In the summertime, do not worry about the high temperatures. Your ham should be all right. Just keep it away from the window and make yourself sure that it is on a fresh spot in your kitchen.
- Rub it with oil: if the ham won´t be consumed right away, it is advisable to rub the ham with oil. it will prevent the ham from drying. If you found some mould on the outside of the ham, it can be also removed with a cotton cloth and some oil.
- Preserving a started ham: only cut the amount that you will consume, since Iberian meat preserves much better its properties while it is on the leg/shoulder
- Already started ham: place the piece in the ham stand, trying to keep it away from the sun, in a fresh and dry place for better preservation.
- After a carving round: cover the carved ham area with slices of fat from the same ham. This maintains hydration and prevents the ham from drying out.
IngredientsIberian ham shoulder, salt and antioxidant (E-250 and E-252)
How to slice a ham
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