- Soft, spreadable - delicious toasted on bread
- From a traditional Mallorcan recipe
- Free-range pork
- U.S. made with Spanish spices
- Size - 1 lb/450 gr
Spread on crusty bread and toasted until it melts, there is no other sausage from Mallorca more typical than sobrasada (locally known as sobreasada).
Sobrasada is the national sausage of the Balearic Islands, and Peregrino Sobrasada is as authentic as you will find in the U.S.
Our producer started with a treasured family recipe from a friend, Padre Miguél, a native of Mallorca, and followed it faithfully.
Starting with premium quality free-range pork, they add a little sea salt, sun dried paprika from Murcia, a pinch of garlic and hojiblanca olive oil.
The result is so good, that the government of Mallorca chose this domestic sobrasada when they sponsored a food promotion in the United States.
Because of their balmy semi-tropical climate, islanders on Majorca and Menorca are unable to fully dry-cure their meat, as is done on the mainland. Instead, they preserve their meat by mixing it with a local type of paprika and age it for a short time.
The result is sobrasada, a finely ground soft pork sausage of excellent quality. It is unique for its soft-spreadable texture, and is used for cooking or as a spread. About 2.5 inches thick.
The original sobrasada is made from the meat of a black pig, native to the Balearic Islands. At this time it cannot be exported to the U.S.
Free-range pork, paprika, sea salt, dextrose,garlic, spices, Spanish olive oil, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite.
Serving size about 2oz (56g). Servings per container 8. Calories 310. Calories from fat 270. Total fat 30g (46%), saturated fat 16g (78%), cholesterol 45mg, (15%), sodium 630mg (26%), total carbohydrates 3g (1%), dietary fiber 1g (2%), sugars 0g, protein 8g. Vitamin A 45%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 0% and Iron 2%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 19 reviews Write a review
Francisco Serrano - Baton Rouge, LA - Jul 12, 2015
"Good product but not as fresh as I expected."
Maria Daniel - Rosharon , TX - Jun 14, 2015
"It can only get better in Spain, but it is very close. The service was excellent!"
Jose Santini - San Juan, FL - Feb 22, 2015
SARAH CROWE - EAST AURORA, NY - May 27, 2013
"This sobrasada is flavorful and delicious, slightly sauteed with a pair of fried eggs!"
Miguel Herce - Brookline, MA - Mar 18, 2013
ANA BAYLIN - ANN ARBOR, MI - Mar 17, 2013
"SO good, there is nothing like it."
Lupeta Mahoney - Big Pine, CA - Mar 11, 2013
Mona Brown - Cincinnati, OH - Feb 10, 2013
"It has been over 50 years since we had sobressada and it brought back all the good memories associated with it."
PiedsNoirs in Florida - Fernandina Beach, Florida - Jan 6, 2013
"Worth to try tris product but still need to improve flavor and softnes. Maybe you should import some batches of the black mallorquin sobrasada"
Vicente - Vienna, Virginia - Jan 6, 2013
"The sobrasada was verry good, a little hard but good and good size and price."
Eva - Purcellville, Virginia - Jul 9, 2012
"Growing up in Germany we spent our summers in Mallorca, Spain, where we learned to love good sobrasada. As with every food item, there are different grades of sobrasada as well. When I first ordered this one I was almost moved to tears. The quality of this sobrasada ranks right up there with the best I have ever sampled."
Marcus Lindemann - Bradenton, Florida - May 20, 2012
"We are from Valencia and this Morcilla is very close to the ones we get when we visit my home town. We love it."
Josephine - Aug 30, 2011
"Tasty, though a bit gristly for a spread. I remember the sobrasada I had as a kid in Valencia, and it was smooth almost like pate. "
Richard - Feb 6, 2011
"Great sobrasada, really accurate recipe like sobrasada from mallorca. Perfect to use with your favourite tapas recipes, as a pate spreading on a toast, or cut a slice of sobrasada and put it on the top of an egg while you are frying it. It'll add an incredible flavor to your sunny side up eggs."
Manel - Dec 6, 2010
"It is not bad though you should know its made in the US, not in Spain. Naturally, I've had much better but it is fairly good."
Miriam - Dec 1, 2010
"I have longed for sobrasada since I returned from living in Lleida. I was so excited that I could get this and it was every bit as wonderful as I remember."
L. - Sep 26, 2010
"Very subtle flavour."
Rob - Sep 7, 2010
"this product tastes just like the sobrasada I grew up with I am glad I can get it from La Tienda "
antonia - Jan 24, 2010