- After a hundred years long history the Lovison's products still haven't lost their craftsmanship and traditional tastes, they continue to be an important testament of a simple but rich in flavors and colors cuisine.
The Musetto, apparently a Cotechino
(gelatinous pork sausage
in a natural
casing) but actually a cold cut, is the result of a careful selection of meat
coming from cheeks, throat fat and pork rind.
This product was born in 1903 in Spilimbergo.
Apart from the Musetto, the Salumificio Lovison
produces also many other cold cuts, like the sausage, the salami also in the knife-tip made version and the soppressa.
The great Chef Carlo Cracco has transformed the musetto Lovison in a stuffing for his restaurant ravioli.
Ravioli stuffed with musetto Lovison with vegetables
Ingredienti for the pasta:
1kg of 00 type flour
8 egg yolks
1 full egg
20g of extra virgin olive
For the stuffing:
200g of Musette lovison
80g of Savoy cabbage mash tun
Make the 200g of stew Savoy cabbage browning with 50g of onion, then pour them with water and salt
and cook them for 1 hour at least.
Blend them in the mixer adding the musetto Lovison, season with salt
and black pepper.
For the mustard (80g)
80g of celery julienne cut
With the flour, eggs, oil and salt
make an italian fresh
Pat the dough, put in some stuffing and give it the "cappelletto" shape.
Cook the ravioli for 3 minutes in boiling salted water.
Put them on a soup plate together with the vegetable mustard and the celery.