About this item
- Two pack charcuterie sampler; 9 oz per tray
- Proscuitto, Dry Coppa, Sweet Soppressata
- Perfect for Parties
- Resealable package
- Old-world recipe
Party foods don't have to be only chips and dip. Instead, you can use the Busseto Charcuterie Sampler (18 oz.) to liven up any gathering. This two-pack of 9-ounce meats comes pre-sliced and ready to serve. With prosciutto, dry coppa and sweet soppressata, your guests will have plenty from which to choose. Pair it with sandwiches, top pizza with them or even cut them up and serve them over pasta.
What Are the Differences in the Meats on the Busseto Charcuterie Sampler?
Each tray consists of three ounces of each of the following meats; prosciutto, soppressata, and coppa. Prosciutto is a dry-cured ham that has a sweet-salty flavor. Soppressata is a sweeter, milder salami. Dry coppa, or capocollo, is a traditional cold cut made from the dry-cured muscle that connects from the neck to the fifth rib of a pork shoulder.
Do You Need to Cook These Meats Before Consuming?
Like lunchmeats, the Busseto Charcuterie Sampler does not need to be cooked before consuming. Instead, you can eat them on sandwiches, crackers, or just plain without doing anything other than opening the tray. These cured meats are perfectly served cold or at room temperature.
What Is the Nutrition of Dry Coppa?
A two-slice serving of dry coppa has 90 calories with 0 grams of carbohydrates. It has 450 milligrams of sodium and 30 grams of cholesterol. It is also completely gluten-free.
What Is the Prosciutto Nutrition?
Each one ounce serving of prosciutto has 55 calories, with 2.4 grams of fat. It also has 20 milligrams of cholesterol and 764 milligrams of sodium, so it is not ideal for those who are on a low sodium diet. It has 0.1 grams of carbohydrates with 7.9 grams of protein. It is entirely gluten-free.
Are All of These Meats Pork Products?
While some might thing beef prosciutto is a thing, it from the thigh of a boar or pig. Dry coppa is also a pork product. Most often soppressata salami is made from pork, but it can be a beef product.