Pheasant Pate with Truffles La Chinata 125 g
Pheasant Pate with Truffles La Chinata Delicate pate made with excellent quality pheasant pieces combined with truffles, one of the most desired ingredients by gourmet kitchens. Exquisite flavor and texture.
Pheasant (22%), concentrated pheasant cooking broth (16%) (pheasant, water, chicken livers, wine, spices), chicken livers, onion, ham bacon, mushroom, extra virgin olive oil (1% ), Sherry wine, salt, dehydrated egg, pea fiber, caseinate, skimmed milk powder, corn starch, spices, sugar, wheat flour (gluten), truffle (1%), stabilizer (E-579), emulsifier (E-412, E-450i, E-451ii, E-452i), preservative (E-200, E-262ii), antioxidant (E-301, E-331i, E-325).
This pâté is recommended for snacking spread on bread, since it has a very soft and tasty texture, or with scolding, and it can be given a touch with one of the different fig or truffle balsamic creams, as they will give it a slightly sweet, as well as with a wide variety of vegetable jams, such as onion or pepper jams. It can also be a good accompaniment or dressing to offer a distinctive touch to preparations such as stews or roast meats, even for rice dishes.
It is recommended to serve the pate slightly cold if it is going to be spread on bread, to enhance its nuances in the mouth, and it pairs perfectly with good red wine.
Net Weight: 125g
The history of La Chinata begins in 1932, when its ancestors began to grind olives from their region, the Sierra de Gata. At that time the oil was obtained in very rudimentary mills. The olives were introduced into stone or stone mills to be crushed and a paste was obtained that was later introduced into a press to extract the olive oil. Layers of pasta separated by circular plates -the capachos- were formed in a press, and by pressing the olive oil was obtained. Then the oil was decanted to separate it from the alpechín –water and remains of olives-.
Today they have the most modern grinding and pressing systems, which, even being purely mechanical, can extract much more oil from the olives, in a clean and controlled way to guarantee the quality of the extra virgin olive oil.
Aware of the growing concern of customers to consume healthy and natural food, they have been manufacturing a line of high-end products for several years that we include under the brand "La Chinata Selecciones de Gourmets". They are mainly products made with their best extra virgin olive oil, but they have also recently added various vinegars, honey, salts, etc.
Following the use that ancient civilizations gave to olive oil, they have developed a wide range of cosmetic products based on the natural properties of extra virgin olive oil. Their extensive experience -four generations- in making virgin olive oil has provided them with the necessary knowledge of this product to make the most of it as a component in cosmetics.
On the other hand, in response to the demands of modern catering, they have been researching the frying process with different oils for many years now, and as a result of this exhaustive research, they have launched various vegetable oils for professional use on the market to meet the needs of all types of frying in professional catering and in the food industry.
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