The French Pâté Collection Perfect for a cocktail party or appetizers at a family feast, this trio is a perennial favorite and makes a lovely hostess gift.
Dry-Cured Saucisson SecServe saucisson sec with charcuterie for an ideal and easy party starter.
Our authentic, dry-cured pork saucisson sec can be described as the French version of salami. But it’s got a meaty texture and delightful, peppery taste with a mellow hint of red wine and garlic that the average salami lacks.
Saucisson sec matches beautifully with other cured or smoked meats on a charcuterie board and it’s an excellent accompaniment to a cheese plate. Saucisson sec is part of the classic—and simple—D’Artagnan hors d’ouevre. We serve thin slices of saucisson sec on top of a generous smear of our black truffle butter. This is such a delicious combination that is scarcely matters what bread you use, though we like to serve it on sliced baguette. Peel the thin skin off the saucisson sec before slicing.
But saucisson sec is not just for hors d’ouevre. It also adds flavor to salads, tartines, pastas and pizzas. It’s a perfect snack to have on hand any time of the year.
ingredients: pork, salt, dextrose, spices, wine, lactic acid starter culture, sodium erythorbate, garlic, sodium nitrite
"This simple hors d’ouevre should become a staple in your dinner party repertoire: slice saucisson sec and serve it with earthy, creamy black truffle butter."
"Jennifer Hess likes the salty bite of saucisson sec in this pasta, with roasted cauliflower, fresh herbs and oil-cured olives."
"Food blogger Jennifer Hess makes quick tartines, or open-faced sandwiches, with our cured saucisson sec, fresh basil tapenade and cucumber rounds. "