Txistorra 250g

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"Eusko Label" product

‘Txistorra’ is a type of sausage that is popular in the Basque Country. "Txistorra" is cured only for a brief period - for weeks rather than months.

It has the same ingredients as a chorizo, but the ‘Txistorra’ has a higher fat content, natural gut casing is always used and it is always thinner than chorizo.

This top quality ‘Txistorra’ is extremely good. It is made from fresh, minced farmhouse pork with just the right amount of paprika, salt, herbs and garlic.

One of the most popular dishes involving ‘Txistorra’ is a dish with fried eggs and potatoes, but it can be used for many dishes including chopped into smaller sections for ‘pintxos' (tapas).

Fried Txistorra is often accompanied by beer or wine, especially ‘Txakoli’

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About the producer:

URDETXE is the brand used by TXERRIZALEOK, the Association for Basque Outdoor Pig Breeders.

URDETXE guarantees high quality pork and pork products. Pigs are raised outdoors and fed on grass, scrub, chestnuts and acorns and the greatest care is taken to ensure the highest quality taste and product.

URDETXE pork and pork products bear the ‘Eusko Label’, regulated and controlled by the Basque Government, which is awarded to quality agricultural food products produced, processed and/or made in the Basque Country.

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Txistorra 250g

Txistorra 250g

"Eusko Label" product

‘Txistorra’ is a type of sausage that is popular in the Basque Country. "Txistorra" is cured only for a brief period - for weeks rather than months.

It has the same ingredients as a chorizo, but the ‘Txistorra’ has a higher fat content, natural gut casing is always used and it is always thinner than chorizo.

This top quality ‘Txistorra’ is extremely good. It is made from fresh, minced farmhouse pork with just the right amount of paprika, salt, herbs and garlic.

One of the most popular dishes involving ‘Txistorra’ is a dish with fried eggs and potatoes, but it can be used for many dishes including chopped into smaller sections for ‘pintxos' (tapas).

Fried Txistorra is often accompanied by beer or wine, especially ‘Txakoli’