Did you perhaps mean ninja?
- From Italian 'nduja, originally from French andouille (Wiktionary)
“Something similar happened with a pasta dish of paccheri (they're tubular, they're from Naples and, no, I'd never heard of them, either) with burrata, a posh type of Apulian mozzarella, and nduja, a Calabrian sausage.”
“Mr. Gentile has also added a dish called spaghetti al nero di maiale, for which he tosses blood-blackened noodles with rapini, crumbled 'nduja sausage, garlic and burrata cheese.”
“Terje's 'nduja, or spreadable salame ($5), is dense, deeper and mustier than the bright-red version salumi rock star”
“One of Terje's specialties is salumi such as the soft, smoky 'nduja, mortadella and finocchiona served at Barbacco.”
“All that changed last month, with the introduction of locally made 'nduja from Chris Cosentino's”
“I first read about 'nduja - a red-hot Italian meat paste that's pronounced "en-DOO-ya" - in”
“We nearly always have some dried pasta and a frozen container of leftover beans in the freezer; if I just keep a package of 'nduja around, we'll never lack a quick, weeknight supper.”
“Searching for other options, I came up with Gina DePalma's very loose recollection of an 'nduja-centric pasta dish she whipped up in her Roman kitchen.”
“I brought Laurie a chub of nduja as a present, and made bruschetta with nduja and radish-arugula salad.”
“And the nduja as well, a wickedly spicy Calabrian version of andouille, served out of its casing,”
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