Sobrasada is a semi cured spreadable chorizo made using pork and paprika. It's a little like Italian Nduja, but with the distinct chorizo flavour. It's often just eaten on toast, drizzled with a little honey and sometimes a few toasted almonds.
It's also fantastic at adding richness and a meaty umaminess to soups and stews, try adding some into a quick bean stew with tomatoes, onion and garlic.
This sobrasada is wrapped in wax paper, there will naturally always be a little mold on the outside of the skin, this is normal and not an indication that the product has deteriorated.
Ingredients: Pork belly (58%), lean pork meat (33%), pork bacon (6%) with antioxidants (E320, E321), sweet paprika, salt, spicy paprika, sugar, dextrose, natural spices, stabilisers (E450, E451), antioxidants (E300), preservative (E252), natural pork casing (non edible casing).
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