The most popular deli dish Metro provides clients is sausage, which is made up of casings filled with diced and seasoned pork. Mortars are cured, like sausages, or smoked, like the famous hot dogs, cocktail sausages, and Vienna sausages.
Their cured sausages are delicious and made from lean meat and pork fat. Today there are sausages made from all kinds of pork, but there are also many sausages made from beef, veal, lamb and game. Their former sausages were made entirely of pork, today they find leaner beef and even turkey sausages. They can be served with cheese, or as an appetizer with crackers with marinated mushrooms, or radicchio leaves with grated provolone and sliced olives.
They can also provide you with sausage-related recipes such as Easter ham, ham with cider and pear, radicchio ham gratin or maple ham. They can be made in many other ways and scramble them with eggs in the morning; dice them and add them to omelettes, rice and salads; serve them as an aperitif, as hors d'oeuvres with a spoonful of pesto, cut into strips or rolled and served with olives toothpick fixed. Inspired by European heritage and combined with the skills of artisans from around the world, their exclusive selection of premium Artisan Collection is nothing short of exquisite! Pure beef, pork or poultry slowly roasted, salted and air-dried traditionally, without artificial flavours, is a good source of protein.
Here are some basic rules for preserving all the flavor and freshness of deli meats at home: Be sure to refrigerate them as soon as possible, and wrap them carefully to prevent them from drying out or absorbing other food odors. Vacuum-packed products have a longer shelf life as long as the package remains unopened. However, you should check the expiration date to make sure they are still valid. Pies, terrines, mousses, meatloaf and brioche wrapped in plastic wrap will keep for two to three days in the refrigerator.