Devil's Mortar; Spicy, Spreadable, Stunning.
Our famous squidgy, spicy, spreadable sausage inspired by a Scottish recipe from the 1800s. 'Nduja and Sobrassada's British cousin!
High welfare, heritage breed pork and pork fat, along with heaps of locally-smoked chillis, dried tomatoes and anchovy oil. Perfect for smearing on bread or snazzying up your spag bol.
Ideal for Pizza & Burger Toppings; Just look at it on the Tooley Street Burger from Honest Burgers' London Bridge branch.
Both Half & Whole have a best before of 3 months, but a use-by of 6 months.
Photo by RJA Photography
100 % High-Welfare Heritage Breed Pork and Pork Fat; Made in a Beef Casing. Contains fish
Actually this particular recipe is excellent. I would certainly recommend to all...
Can't stop eating this. It's awesome on toast and pops stews and pasta sauces to another level. Like nduja just turned up to 11.
We've been a fan of Nduja for years so thought we'd give this a try and so pleased we did. It's great on top of pizzas, as a base for homemade tomato sauce and our latest obsession is in risotto (even better arancini the day after!). Second order about to be placed and a few lucky people will be getting one in their Christmas parcels!
Despite its demonic name, this stuff is a big fat lump of spreadable sausage heaven! Goes with everything... Suffice it to say I’m about to tuck in to my third meal of today with it included! Fried up with eggs, crumbled into the top of baked mushrooms or just on toast, it’s awesome!! Ooh, and try it on top of a Welsh rarebit - you’ll not be sorry!
Devil's Mortar was my gateway into the world of C&Q. It has a lot more personality than the average nduja, and it has the uncanny ability of making anything I eat really exciting. Add to eggs for a great breakfast. Have it on some chewy brown sourdough for a hearty snack. Add it on the top of pizza or pasta to have a really rich meal. Or, if you're like me, you sometimes cut off a bit and just eat it on its own. It is an incredibly versatile cured meat. It's tangy with a fire-y kick. Love love.