Finding Halal Charcuterie In KL

Finding Muslim-friendly halal charcuterie in Malaysia is no easy feat. While major supermarkets in the country carry halal-certified cold cuts and smoked meats, choices are often limited to a few commercial brands. Artisan-made charcuterie that Muslims can safely enjoy is rare in Malaysia - but we discovered a hidden gem! 

Before we get into that, let's begin with the basics.

What does charcuterie mean, and more importantly, how do we say this word? 😂

The term charcuterie comes from the French phrase chair cuit, meaning “cooked meat.” Pronounced shaa · koo · tuh · ree, charcuterie refers to a delicious variety of preserved or cured meats, usually served cold. This includes ham, salami, sausages, bresaola, pepperoni, prosciutto, chorizo, pâté, and the likes.

Specially for Father's Day 2024, Splatter is excited to have procured a selection of Muslim-friendly halal charcuterie for dads to heartily devour without hesitation!

  • Paprika chicken salami
    Savour the irresistible smoky flavour that comes from an expertly crafted blend of chicken breast and thighs, seasoned with a tasty mix of black pepper, garlic, coriander, sweet paprika, and a hint of chili for a subtle kick.

  • Chicken-duck duet salami
    When savoury chicken salami meets delectable duck meat, your tastebuds are in for a delightful duet of unforgettable flavours! This distinctive fusion is the perfect harmony of tender chicken and rich, succulent duck meat.

  • Classic beef salami
    Made from premium beef, with a touch of chicken for that perfect taste balance, this classic beef salami is seasoned with a blend of aromatic spices that includes black pepper, allspice, cardamom, garlic, and coriander.

The mouth-watering cured meats above are handcrafted in small batches and smoked over natural wood for smoky, bold flavours. We love that it's made only with the finest halal-certified meats - zero fillers, substitutes, artificial additives, MSG, flavourings, or vegetable fats. It doesn't get better than this!

Now what makes this charcuterie halal?

Besides using only quality meats and ingredients from halal-certified suppliers, the artisans' Muslim co-founder leads the way in producing these Muslim-friendly deli meats in adherence to halal standards. There is no pork, no lard, no alcohol, or any other ingredients that could compromise Muslim customers.

Don't wait any longer! Try these halal charcuterie in Splatter's Father’s Day Charcuterie Platter. 

Delivering throughout Klang Valley from 13-17 June 2024.