Salamella, or Neapolitan sausage (salsiccia napoletana) is a lightly smoked sausage, originally from Campania, but now produced in the whole of southern Italy.. It contains pork, veal, lard (or bacon fat), red chili pepper flakes, garlic, salt, spices (various, possibly including pepper, chili, coriander, fennel, nutmeg or even sugar), and wine. The smoking is thorough enough to prevent the growth of mold after it is inserted into a natural casing for aging. It comes in mild (salsiccia napoletana dolce) and hot (salsiccia napoletana piccante) versions.

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