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A special edition gourmet charcuterie made with water buffalo and mangalitza. The artisanal chorizo combines free-range meat from these two native Hungarian breeds, which have been marinated in organic red wine and seasoned with local wild herbs, then smoked over aromatic beech-wood, creating a truly unique experience. The rich, meaty flavour of water buffalo is wonderfully balanced by the addition of mangalitza pancetta, which gives it a tender and juicy texture.
Water buffalo and mangalitza are naturally low in cholesterol.
Delicious on its own, in sandwiches, as a pizza topping or sliced into risottos and pasta sauces. It makes the perfect center-piece for charcuterie boards, going especially well with hard cheese including Cheddar, Parmesan or Gouda.
Water buffalo meat, mangalitza pancetta, paprika, organic red wine, spices, sea salt, smoke.
100g chorizo made using 108g meat.
|Average Nutrition per 100g|
|Energy||1655kJ / 394kcal|
|- of which saturates||14.5g|
|- of which sugar||1.0g|
Gastro Buffalo products are created to aid the conservation of ancient Hungarian breeds. The animals roam freely across the buffalo sanctuary based in the foothills of the Mátra mountains. The buffalos consume a natural diet of herbs and grasses, while their healthy free-range lifestyle ensures that the resulting artisan charcuterie is full of flavour. Treat your taste buds while supporting the sustainable future of these majestic native animals.
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