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  • n. A type of spicy, spreadable salami from Calabria


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From Italian 'nduja, originally from French andouille


  • 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.

    Restaurant: Tinello, London SW1

  • 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.

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  • Terje's 'nduja, or spreadable salame ($5), is dense, deeper and mustier than the bright-red version salumi rock star

    SF Weekly | Complete Issue

  • One of Terje's specialties is salumi such as the soft, smoky 'nduja, mortadella and finocchiona served at Barbacco.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • All that changed last month, with the introduction of locally made 'nduja from Chris Cosentino's

    Married ...with dinner

  • I first read about 'nduja - a red-hot Italian meat paste that's pronounced "en-DOO-ya" - in

    Married ...with dinner

  • 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.

    Married ...with dinner

  • 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.

    Married ...with dinner

  • I brought Laurie a chub of nduja as a present, and made bruschetta with nduja and radish-arugula salad.

    Roots and Grubs

  • And the nduja as well, a wickedly spicy Calabrian version of andouille, served out of its casing,

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