The Sandàra The Wild Boar Chops with Olives is made exclusively with meat from the Italian territory.
The dish is prepared according to the stew recipe: bites of wild boar, aromatic herbs, tomato, red wine and dark chocolate. Before being served, it should be heated a few minutes in the pot, adding a little water to have a shoe-proof sauce.
The Wild Boar Chops with Olives is ready to eat. Try it accompanied with croutons of bread or polenta. You can customize it to your liking.
Sandàra brings to your kitchen healthy ready-to-eat Italian typical food. Every recipe does not contain any preservative nor food additives. Thanks to pasteurization they have a long shelf life which extends freshness and taste. All products are packed in a jar.
Even in Roman times, wild boar was considered a very popular dish. In Petronius’ Satyricon there is even a description of a banquet organized by the wealthy Trimalcione, in which a flight of doves hovers from the open belly of a boar. In this era, wild boars, just like pigs, were often raised in the wild in the woods. In the Middle Ages, however, it was one of the favorite animals for hunting and banquets of the nobles.
In the following centuries, wild boars were hunted and brought to extinction in large areas of the Italian peninsula, remaining confined, at the beginning of the twentieth century, in Tuscany, in some areas of the Central Southern Apennines and in Sardinia. In these regions it has become an integral part of local cuisine, also used for delicious second courses in which wild boar meat is enriched with olives or other ingredients.
Wild Boar Meat 64%, Olives 10%, Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, Onions, Chopped Tomato, Red Wine, Tomato Paste, Salt, Plain Chocolate (contains Soy Lecitine), Garlic, Rosemary, Sage, Black Pepper, Bay.
Note: Allergens are reported in bold
Average Nutrition Facts calculated for 100g
Heat in microwave or pan for a couple of minutes. Serve on the table with slices of toasted bread.