Cooked Mariola is a pork sausage flavored with spices and wine. This typical Emilian salami originates from the Parma and Piacenza areas, and is a slow food presidium.
The cooked mariola is similar to the more famous cotechino.
Vacuum-packed for long storage, it is quick and easy to cook.
Use the payment method you prefer and complete the order in complete safety
For orders over € 300 free shipping throughout Italy!
Request the price list reserved for companies and B2B
Mariola is a typical salami of the Parma and Piacenza area and is a slow food presidium.
Cooked Mariola resembles a cotechino, even if in comparison it is less widespread and therefore more difficult to find. To make the cooked mariola, the same mixture as the cotechino is used, flavored with spices and Fortana wine. The dough is then cooked and vacuum packed.
The vacuum packaging allows an easy and long conservation.
To prepare our cooked mariola in just over 30 minutes, follow the Mamma Rosa recipe you find here.
- Area of origin
- Parma and Piacenza area
- About 1.1 Kg
- Vacuum packed