Cured pork tenderloin
Cured pork tenderloin is found in various cuisines in Mediterranean Europe and South America.
It is typically salted or brined then dried or smoked.
In Corsican cuisine, lonzu is cured loin.
Lountza may be served cooked or uncooked with alcoholic drinks such as zivania or wine. Grilled lountza served with other Cypriot foods such as halloumi and kefalotyri cheese often appears in meze platters. Sandwiches made out of grilled lountza and halloumi are favorite fast food snacks in Cyprus.
- The dictionary definition of cured pork tenderloin at Wiktionary
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