Salame Napoli is an Italian salami produced throughout the Campania region in various sizes. It's made with pork shoulder, leg, neck, loin, and ham, black pepper, and spices. The combination is placed into a natural pig intestine casing, and it's then dried and aged according to the size of the salami, but the aging and drying period never takes less than 30 days.
The salami has a firm and dense texture, while the flavors are piquant and full-bodied. It can be eaten on its own, paired with other cold cuts and cheese, or used on pizzas.