Doña Juana makes its Serrano Ham in the USA since 1982, it is a quality product made with the most innovative production processes, with the best raw materials and complying with the exhaustive quality controls. Serrano ham manufactured by DOÑA JUANA does not contain starch and is suitable for celiacs (since it does NOT contain Gluten - a protein found in certain cereals such as wheat, barley, oats, ...). Serrano ham is rich in unsaturated fatty acids; mainly in oleic acid, and therefore it turns out to be a heart-healthy product. These qualities are only achieved through a long process in which every detail is taken care of; so that you can enjoy in your home the excellent quality of our serrano ham.
This kit consists of all the essentials to make a Spanish “Guiso o Cocido” (Stew). Chorizo Bilbao, Morcilla de Cebolla, a piece of bone-in Jamón Serrano ham steak and Tocino (pancetta) make for a hearty and satisfying cocido.
The essential ingredients to make any classic bean, lentil stew or Spanish Cocido.
"Compango" Fabada Asturiana Kit (serves up to 6...
Whole Domestic Bone-in Serrano Ham DOÑA JUANAAprox. 15 lb
Cured 11 months.
As a Tapa, cold cut, in a sandwich with cheese or by itself with melon.
NOTE: Respectfully no returns will be accepted due to tenderness of ham, if you prefer a cured ham, we recommend the imported serrano ham by Redondo Iglesias.
Fabada asturiana, or simply fabada, is the traditional dish of Asturian cuisine made with faba asturiana (in Asturian, fabes), sausages such as chorizo and Asturian black pudding, and with pork. It is the typical dish of Asturias (the best known regional dish of the Asturian region), but its diffusion is so great in the Iberian Peninsula, that it forms...
Ham Hock Codillo DOÑA JUANAApprox. 1lb / 450g.
Curad 11 months.From our domestic Serrano Ham, these ham hocks an essential ingredient to add flavor to soups, stews, beans, & lentils. Also called "shank end", it comes from the lower section of the pig’s front or hind leg; it is used to make the traditional pork hock stew.