What Is a Salumi Plate?

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Many people mistake salumi plate for a salami platter, thinking that it must be a typo or something. This is why some restaurants often change its name on their menu to avoid confusion. But what exactly is a salumi plate?

 

Salumi Defined

The term salumi refers to Italian-style cured or preserved meats and in ways synonymous to the famous French charchuterie. As such, a salumi plate is basically a platter of different kinds of preserved meats, often sold and served as appetizers in restaurants. These meats can either be salt-cured, smoked or even fermented.

In most cases, these would be made from pork. However, they can also be made from other types of meat like beef, lamb and others. In most restaurants, a salumi plate would include different types of cured or preserved meat in the platter. There are restaurants though that would serve only one particular type of meat, like a pork salumi plate for instance.

As mentioned earlier, people tend to think of a salumi plate as mispelled salami platter. Technically speaking though, a salami is a type of salumi since a salami is basically a type of cured meat. So don’t be surprised when you see salami on that salumi plate you ordered.

 

Make Your Own Salumi Plate at Home

In many cases, you can make your own delectable and delicious salumi plate right at your own home. You don’t have to spend a fortune on a restaurant just to get a taste of this sumptuous dish. Well, not unless you really want to or would like to see and taste how those classy chefs serve them.

The ingredients for a satisfying salumi plate are easy to acquire as well. Just go to your favorite butcher shop in Sydney and grab your choice of cured meats. Grab some prosciutto along with some culatello, plus other kinds of cured meat that you fancy, and you’re good to go. Some knife work and a pretty platter may also be required for presentation if you’re into that.

Now, if you are looking for a butcher shop in Sydney that sells great tasting, high quality cured and preserved meats for your salumi plate, please don’t hesitate to drop by our shop. We have a wide range of cured and preserved meats you can choose from. We are located at Fifteenth Ave., West Hoxton NSW. We are open from 7:30 am – 5:30 pm on Mondays thru Fridays and from 7 am – 1 pm on Saturdays.

To learn more about our range of meat products, do get in touch with us. You can call us up through our telephone line at (02) 9826 6122. You can also leave a message in our contact page.

 

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