Cinco Jotas Acorn-fed 100% Iberico Shoulder Ham | Cured ham

Cinco Jotas Acorn-fed 100% Iberico Shoulder Ham | Paleta Ibérica de Bellota

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✓ Acorn-fed cured shoulder

✓ Hand sliced

✓ Product of Jabugo, Spain


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This delicacy includes 1.5 ounces of sliced gourmet iberico ham sourced from the shoulders of pigs raised free-range in Spain and fed an acord diet.

Cinco Jotas is synonymous of exquisite food. It represents an aromatic flavor and an intense capability to fall in love with the most discerning of gourmet tastes. This shoulder cut will be an essential element of your cuisine and the highlight of your selection of appetizers.


  • What is the Spanish ham called?

Jamón is the Spanish word for ham.

  • What are the different types of Spanish ham?

There are basically two different types of cured hams, jamón serrano or “mountain ham,” and jamón ibérico or “Iberian ham.” Learn more

  • What is the famous Spanish ham?

Iberian ham, or Jamón Ibérico, is the most famous Spanish ham. It is made from the rear leg of the black Iberian pig, a rare breed that can be found in the southern and western regions of Spain and Portugal. It is considered one of the most expensive meats in the world. A leg of Ibérico can cost as much as $4,500.

  • What do you eat with Spanish ham?

Because of its intense flavor, the Spanish ham is preferable to eat it on its own. Still, it is usually accompanied by bread, cheese, fruit, and vegetables. Explore recipes with Iberico ham.

  • What is the difference between prosciutto and ibérico ham?

Ibérico ham is mainly produced in Spain. It’s not made from “normal” pigs but from Iberian pork. In contrast, Italian prosciutto is an uncooked, unsmoked, and dry-cured ham. Prosciutto is cured for a longer period and in the open air. Although there are many ways of doing it. Also, a pig’s feeding is important for the final result; for example, in some regions of Italy they are fed with Parmigiano Reggiano cheese whey.In general, Spanish ham is more intense in flavor and prosciutto is lighter and less expensive.

Label info

Ingredients: 100% Iberico pork, sea salt, less than 0.5% of seasoning (sugar, sodium citrate, sodium nitrite, potassium nitrate, sodium ascorbate).

Remove from refrigerator and open the package. After 15 minutes, separate the slices on a plate and serve at room temperature. 

Use & Care 

Remove from refrigerator and open the package. After 15 minutes, separate the slices on a plate and serve at room temperature. 

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Additional Details

Artichokes with strips of ham recipe


 • 7oz Cinco Jotas sliced ham
 • 500g Spanish Artichokes Hearts

For the sauces:

 • 40ml drained water from the artichokes

 • 50g Spanish Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil
 • 15g flour
 • 15g garlic
 • Parsley and salt to taste



For the sauce, add olive oil and chopped garlic to a saucepan. Once the garlic begins to brown, add the flour until dissolved. Add the artichoke water and stir until the sauce is smooth. Add salt to taste.



Dip in the artichoke quarters.



Serve. Add the chopped parsley and top with slices of Cinco Jotas Iberian ham.

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