- Spanish farmhouse style grilling sausage
- White sausage with black pepper
- Made with free range pork
- 4 links per package
- USDA inspected, U.S. made
- Size - 2 x 1 lb/450 gr
Butifarra is a juicy, mild farmhouse sausage originating in Cataluña. Seasoned with black pepper and garlic, it is one of our favorite grilling sausages.
In country kitchens far away from the bustle of Barcelona, you will find butifarra served to you grilled, accompanied by white beans or 'setas' - wild mushrooms. You might find it crumbled in various stuffings, or sliced in 'cocidos' - hearty soups.
Our Butifarra sausage is made according to a Catalan recipe by a Spanish family living in the USA. We use only free-range pork, which makes not only for happier pigs, but tastier sausages! Each sausage is plump, lightly seasoned, about 1.5 inches in diameter.
This sausage can be stored for a week in the refrigerator but should be frozen for longer storage. Cook thoroughly following USDA guidelines.
Pork, salt, spices, garlic, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 9 reviews Write a review
"Love good sausage and this was very very good. Will order more in the future."
Mary Upchurch - Peachtree Corners, GA - Apr 5, 2015
"Grill them up and they will satisfy! A little pricey, though it is nice that the pork is free-range."
Adán - Baltimore, MD - Aug 11, 2014
"Super on the grill"
Shirley Prutch - Taneytown, MD - Apr 28, 2013
"Grill these up, and you have something very special. Tasty and juicy. Also great with a bit of Catalan Aioli."
GeneV - Oct 19, 2011
"Great flavor, very complex, and delicious, BUT it gets 4 out of 5 for the price. Very expensive esp. since it's a domestic product. I love buying American, but with that price tag, I thought it was shipped from Spain, or perhaps the moon."
Sam - May 22, 2011
ggottloeb - Feb 7, 2011
"This product is a little above average in my opinion. It has a good flavor, good ratio of meat/fat, balanced salty goodness and spices, but the texture is way too processed, so it has lost that authentic butifarra chucky texture. I refer to being able to tell you are biting into meaty or fatty junks as you savor it. This one has a more smooth “hot dog like” texture, but it is still pretty flavorful. I would buy it again, until a better quality version comes along."
Victor Anaya-Baez - Dec 24, 2010
Heidi - Dec 21, 2010
"ESTAS BUTIFARRAS SON DELICIOSAS. HAORA YO PREGUNTO I PORQUE NO TENEMOS LONGANISAS?????????"
Tomas R Garcia - Dec 28, 2009