- Full flavored and low in fat
- Cured in fresh mountain air
- Seasoned with garlic and paprika
- Made from Serrano pork
- Great as a tapa
- Size - About 2 to 2.25 pounds (yields about 125 slices)
Lomo is a dry-cured loin of pork, full flavored yet very lean. Fermín cures its lomo with garlic, paprika other spices and hangs it to cure for 90 days. Many people choose lomo over jamón Serrano and chorizo for the family table.
Lomo is traditionally served sliced very thinly and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil. It's fantastic on a tapa platter with Manchego cheese, chorizo or jamón slices. Lomo also makes a great bocadillo sandwich layered on a crusty roll.
Made from authentic Spanish Serrano pork loins, Fermín lomo Serrano is made from pigs raised and cured in the mountains of Spain. This extra large piece can feed a crowd, yielding up to 125 slices.
Pork, salt, seasoning (salt, sugar, trisodium citrate, sodium nitrite, potassium nitrate), paprika, olive oil, garlic, beef collagen casing.
Serving size 1 oz (28g). Servings per container varied. Calories 140, Fat calories 110, Total fat 2g (3%), saturated fat 1g (4%), cholesterol 18mg (6%), sodium 336mg (14%), carbohydrate 0g (0%), dietary fiber 0g (0%), protein 12g, iron 4%, calcium 0%, vitamin A 0%, vitamin C 0%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Quite good. A bit more cured would have been awesome. But overall good quality for the price. If I only was able to cut it as thin as need it."
Javier - Menlo Park, CA - Jan 1, 2017