Sweet Soppressata is a mild salami from Southern Italy
This traditional Italian meat is pressed between wooden boards, giving it a flattened shape.
Enjoy this cured meat with a subtle sweetness on a charcuterie board with sharp or smoky cheeses.
Parmacotto Sweet Soppressata is dry Italian salami seasoned with garlic and pepper. The difference between this type of dry sausage and salami is usually about size and texture. Soppressata tends to be a slightly larger, more coarsely ground meat than salami.
Serve on a charcuterie board with sharp cheddar cheeses and rustic crostini. Add a dash of coarsely ground black pepper for an extra bite. For a delicious panini or toasted sandwich, melt smoky Gouda over this dry-cured salami. Pair this mild, dry sausage with a glass of your favorite wine, wheat beer, or hard cider.