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PACK 3 Flavours Ideal for Smoked Meats and Ham

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Salón de Gourmets 2014Salón de Gourmets 2016
Lactose Free
Vegan
GMO Free
Gluten Free
Handmade
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Description

A selection of 3 flavors ideal to accompany and pair with ham and smoked meats.

  • Azores Pineapple Extra Jam With Lemongrass
  • ‘Rocha’ Pear and Redcurrant Jam with Melissa and Pink Pepper
  • Red Pepper Chutney

We have selected for you the best typical Portuguese flavors for a ham tasting, such as Ham from Barrancos PDO, Ham ‘Bisaro’ from Vinhais PGI, Ham from Barroso PGI, Ham from Chaves, Montalegre ham, Vinhais ham or Bísaro ham from Vinhais, Alentejo ham PDO, Ham and Palette from Campo Maior and Elvas PGI, Santana da Serra I Ham and Paleta, Pata Negra, Jamón Ibérico, chorizo, smoked meats, PGI Melgaço Meat Chorizo, PGI Melgaço Meat Chorizo, Barrancos Chorizo, Raiano Chorizo, Paio and Bacon.

Suggested Use

Suggested Use

Azores Pineapple Extra Jam With Lemongrass

Easy to spread, Ideal for spreading oatmeal cookies, coconut cookies, cashew cookies, chocolate chip cookies, cereal bread, wholegrain toast, vegan cookies, and for creating chocolate cream cake recipes.

It goes well with vinaigrettes for salads, appetizers with ham and smoked foods, toppings for ice cream or yoghurts, as well as As Filling and cake toppings, especially chocolate, whipped cream and Panna cotta pies. Prepare a cocktail by combining it with vodka, gin and rum.

‘Rocha’ Pear and Redcurrant Jam with Melissa and Pink Pepper

Excellent accompaniment to smoked and ham, blue cheeses, with salads, toast with brie cheese, blue cheeses (Roquefort, Silton, Gorgonzola) and goat, sushi and hamburgers and filling with dark chocolate bonbons.

Red Pepper Chutney

Ideal as sauces for red meats, salads, cured cheeses, appetizers, fresh shredded or roasted cod appetizers, sushi; to accompany with poultry, pork and beef.

Recipes | Chef

Recipes | Chef

  1. Sliced “Pata Negra” ham with Azores Pineapple Extra Jam With Lemongrass meia.dúzia® - Lígia Santos – 1st Masterchef in Portugal
  2. Tropical mille-feuille with Azores Pineapple Extra Jam With Lemongrass meia.dúzia® - Lígia Santos – 1st Masterchef in Portugal
  3. Yogurt cake with half a dozen flavors
  4. Sliced pata negra ham with Rocha pear and currant jam with lemongrass and pink pepper meia.dúzia® – 1st Masterchef from Portugal
  5. Chicken Satay Skewer with Pepper Chutney meia.dúzia® - Chef Álvaro Costa
  6. “La Plancha” Salmon with Micro-Vegetables, Pepper Chutney meia.dúzia®, Mango Chutney meia.dúzia® and Strawberry Jam with mind meia.dúzia® - Chef Álvaro Costa
  7. Niçoise Style Tuna Salad with Negrinha do Douro Olive Paste
  8. Goat Cheese Toast with Bravo de Esmolfe Apple Jam with Cinnamon meia.dúzia®, Negrinha do Douro Olive Paste meia.dúzia® and Red Pepper Chutney meia.dúzia® - Chef Álvaro Costa
  9. White Fish Ceviche with Mango Chutney meia.dúzia® - Chef Álvaro Costa
  10. Ham Tapa with Red Pepper Chutney meia.dúzia® - Chef Ignatius
Ingredients

Ingredients

Azores Pineapple Extra Jam With Lemongrass

Azores pineapple (55%), sugar, lemongrass (2.5%), gelling agent (pectin) and lemon juice. Prepared with 55 g of fruits per 100 g. Net weight: 75 g.

‘Rocha’ Pear and Redcurrant Jam with Melissa and Pink Pepper

‘Rocha’ Pear (45%), sugar, redcurrant (10%), melissa (0.8%). gelling agent (pectin), lemon juice and pink Peppercorns (0.1%). Prepared with 55 g of fruits per 100 g. Net weight: 75g.

Red Pepper Chutney

Red Peppercorns (76%), sugar, vinegar, ginger, lemon zest and acidity regulator (citric acid).

Nutritional information

Nutritional information

Azores Pineapple Extra Jam With Lemongrass

Average nutritional information per 100 g / 3.53 oz: Energy 793 kJ / 190 kcal ; Fats 0.1 g / 0.0 oz , of which saturated fat acids 0.0 g / 0.0 oz ; Carbohydrates 47.3 g / 1.7 oz , of which sugars 47.0 g / 1.7 oz ; Proteins 0.3 g / 0.0 oz ; Salt 0.0 g / 0.0 oz.

‘Rocha’ Pear and Redcurrant Jam with Melissa and Pink Pepper

Average nutritional information per 100 g / 3.53 oz: Energy 687 kJ / 165 kcal ; Fats 0.2 g / 0.0 oz , of which saturated fat acids 0.0 g / 0.0 oz ; Carbohydrates 41.3 g / 1.5 oz , of which sugars 39.2 g / 1.4 oz ; Proteins 0.3 g / 0.0 oz ; Salt 0.0 g / 0.0 oz.

Red Pepper Chutney

Average nutritional information per 100 g / 3.53 oz: Energy 1363 kJ /324 kcal; Fats 8,7 g / 0.3oz, of which saturated fat acids 5,1 g / 0.2oz; Carbohydrates 54,4 g / 2oz, of which sugars 44,8 g / 2oz; Proteins 5,7 g / 0.2oz; Salt 0.0 g / 0.0 oz.

Origin of raw materials

Origin of raw materials

The pineapple from Azores/S. Miguel from Portugal (Ananas comosus L. Merril, Cayene variety) is produced in glass greenhouses using traditional cultivation techniques: application of “fumes” and the use of “warm beds” based on vegetable matter. After a period of two years, from planting to harvesting, a fruit with unique aroma and flavor qualities is obtained. The culture was introduced in S. Miguel around 1840-50, being commercialized in Europe for more than a century. Cylindrical shaped fruit, slightly tapered, with a strong orange peel and yellow pulp. The pineapple pulp has a translucent yellow color, a sui generis bittersweet flavor and a very pleasant aroma.

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) appears spontaneously in the savannas of southern India, Indonesia and Malaysia, and is widely cultivated in Africa and Brazil, as a medicinal and spice plant, supplying the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food industries. Used in tea, it results in a very pleasant drink with a strong lemon flavor, which works as a digestive and can accompany meals. Can be used to improve bad mood and heartburn. It also has a hepatoprotective and antispasmodic action on the digestive tract. It has calming properties, so it is consumed to improve sleep, along with linden.

Pear Rocha do Oeste PDO is an exclusively Portuguese variety, mostly produced on the Central West Coast of Portugal, with a production area of approximately 10,000 ha. Climatic factors and the expertise of the people of the West are decisive conditions for obtaining this product with exceptional organoleptic qualities, appreciated and recognized worldwide.

Rocha Pear PDO – Protected Designation of Origin – has the Community recognition as a traditional, quality product, which is an integral part of the Portuguese Cultural Heritage. Currants come from a bush and there are different cultivars (different types of the same plant) that produce it. These bushes at a stage of maturity can yield about 3 to 4 kg of currants for each one. Gooseberries are usually ready to be picked between mid and late summer. The bush reaches heights of 1m to 2m, produces a greenish-yellow flower. Gooseberries grow on the branches of the bush, being a bright red fruit.

Pink peppers Aroeira-Reda, Aroeira-pimenteira or poivre-rose are popular names of the species Schinus terebinthifolia, a tree native to South America of the Anacardiaceae family.

Red Pepper from Póvoa de Varzim in Northern Portugal.