Prosciutto has been eaten in Italy for thousands of years, and this noble - and delicious - culinary tradition continues today, with Italy producing the mouthwatering dry-cured ham in the Parma region of Italy. Buy Italian prosciutto online to experience the truly delicate flavor.
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A smoked and dry-cured prosciutto, produced in the region of south Tyrol, with finely seasoned crust
A sweet and delicate specialty meat from northwest Italy, using no additives or impurities.
by Pio Tosini
A superb, extra-aged whole leg of Prosciutto from Pio Tosini.
by Pio Tosini
An incredibly delicate Prosciutto ham aged for at least 500 days.
by Salumeria Rosi
This superb Prosciutto is expertly salted, air-cured and dried for 16 months.
A hearty leg of steam-cooked ham with a delicate flavor and spicy aroma, made from all-natural ingredients.
by Vill Antica
A classic, sweet-and-salty Italian ham with a deep rose color and buttery texture.
Thinly sliced, rosy-red sheets of salty Prosciutto Crudo di Parma, perfect for an authentic Italian antipasto.
A sweet and tender Prosciutto di Parma from Emilia Romagna, aged for almost 2 years for a buttery and complex flavor.
An authentic, PDO Italian Prosciutto di Parma aged for over a year in cellars on the banks of the Parma river.
from United States
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This classic Italian ham is a prized delicacy in Italy, with traditions that go back for centuries. Our selection includes extraordinary varieties of this regional specialty of the Parma region. Prosciutto comes from heritage pigs in Italy - sometimes Berkshire breed, prized for their sublime marbling. The meat is salted and cured for 12 months in cellars, and production can only take place in the region of Parma. This is a protected origin specialty, which means that in order to be authentic prosciutto di parma, it must be crafted in Parma. It is slowly, carefully cured, allowing the flavors to develop and deepen, blending the delicious natural sweetness of the ham’s fat blends with the delightful saltiness of the cure.
Savor prosciutto in paper-thin slices paired with some other Italian cheeses in an authentic Italian antipasto board - it pairs wonderfully with Pecorino and Parmigiano, with a drizzle of regional extra virgin olive oil. The rosy meat, webbed with succulent fat, melts in your mouth in buttery saltiness. Use Prosciutto to enhance dishes - wrap some asparagus, bake into a quiche or savory tart, toss into a salad or even chop into a soup. You'll love it in a Prosciutto sandwich, with a strong Dijon, or a pressed panini. Snack on it with some olives, other spreads and tapenades for the perfect appetizer. You can even use it to top a pizza, so delish! At Gourmet Food S tore we're very proud of our authentic Prosciutto selection, which also includes whole hams and legs, that you can slice as you wish, and make an impressive gift or centerpiece in your kitchen. Send as a part of an Italian gift basket, or a gourmet food hamper with food treats from Italy for the lover of all things Italian. A whole Prosciutto leg makes a great corporate gifts for esteemed clients, business associates or even your boss.
At Gourmet Food Store you can buy Prosciutto di Parma online and be assured that we send our fresh products overnight, in temperature-controlled packaging, so it's delivered to you perfectly fresh.
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