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| ||salame di Napoli|
Description: Salame napoletana. A dense, coarse, pork and beef salami from Naples, similar to salame Milano, flavoured with garlic, orange zest and chilli flakes and cured for around four months and sometimes stored in olive oil or coated with ashes. May also be lightly smoked.
|Napoli salami, with many thanks to the lovely Limoncello on Mill Road in Cambridge||
Pronounced: sah-LAH-mee dee NAH-poh-lee
Most frequent country: Italy
Most frequent region: Naples in Campania
Also known as: salame napoletano
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Campania, Neapolitan food and cuisine
See foods and dishes: salame, salame Milano