The best thing you can make from a pig in terms of curing for preserving is prosciutto.
Now, if you want to have a more comfortable cut that you can easily slice on the machine, you have to make a culatello.
Culatello is most tender part of a pig leg. Basically if you don’t want to make a prosciutto (because is really big, because is difficult to cure), you have to definitely make it.
By deboning a leg you get in one side the culatello and in the other a fiocco, a small culatello.
Once you are done to tuing up whit a butcher string to old a good round shape and salt with 2,5% of the weight in salt for one week and 0,5% of salt after a week. Keep in a cold place (from 0 to 6 degrees, better in to the fridge) for four week and turning in to the salty water that the meat realised.
Now is time to wash. Use a wite wine instead water to get off the salt.
Using a pig bladder (you can find in website) wrap the meat and tie as tidy as possible with a butcher string.
Hang in a cold dark place (around 8 degrees/ 75% umidity) for a minimum 9 months and write down the weight.
Once the time is done and the meat has lost 30% of the initial weight you can take the culatello, brush any mold off, take the bladder of and wet the edges of the meat with wine to make a little tender. Wrap with clin film o better if you vacuum and rest for one months in the fridge.
After this the Culatello is ready to slice thin for the best aperitivo.
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