Made according to the French charcuterie recipe. It is delicately spiced, slowly cooked in its own juices and wrapped in its skin. The result is a refined taste. Jambon de Paris has low sodium content – a definite plus for today’s health conscious market.
Jambon de Paris in the French tradition is wrapped in its skin. You can slice it with the skin on using a very sharp slicer. You may also remove the skin before slicing. Using a butcher’s knife, make a 1/4” cut into the skin all around the ham and pull the loosened skin piece. You can serve Jambon de Paris American style in thin 1/32” or French style in thicker 1/16” slices.
High in flavor, but low in salt, you will be charmed! Enjoy as part of a Ham and Swiss sandwich, hot or cold, with Dijon mustard. It also makes a great hors d'oeuvre component.
Store this product in the refrigerator. When kept in the refrigerator unopened, this special ham has an approximate shelf life of five months.
Daniel Asher, head chef and owner at River and Woods