This salad goes perfectly with buttered hazelnut or walnut bread, or other dense breads.
For a simple amuse-bouce, these walnut, prosciutto and fig apps are delicious and looks stunning on a platter. Your guests are sure to be impressed.
Serve this colourful and refreshing salad with your favourite grilled entrées.
This quick and easy salad is perfect for a light meal.
A dish that’s high in protein and omega-3s that can be on the table in 30 minutes
Leeks, basil, and prosciutto combine with mozzarella to make a sophisticated pizza-style topping for whole-wheat muffins. Serve with a simple salad of arugula and grated carrot tossed with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.
Sumptuous seafood on skewers with cheerful yellow pepper, baby tomatoes and cubes of bread makes an attractive meal, great for entertaining. A fresh basil and lime mayonnaise completes the dish. Serve with a mixed green or asparagus salad.
Firm, meaty white fish fillets are perfect for stir-frying as they keep their shape well and don’t break up easily. Serve the fish on a bed of tender vegetables and top with salty prosciutto, all cooked in the same wok. Some crusty bread rolls would complete the meal nicely.
Why are the simplest dishes often the best? Here, a few fine ingredients lift this sandwich from the ‘something on toast’ category to a special treat. It makes a delightful, balanced light lunch when fresh asparagus is in season.
This tasty pizza includes a variety of toppings to suit every taste. It is lower in fat and salt than pre-made pizzas, yet has just as much flavour. Don’t be put off by the long ingredients list ‘ it’s easy and fun to make and will soon become a favourite. Serve with a big green salad.
Juicy watermelon makes the perfect partner to tangy goat’s cheese in this easy-to-assemble pasta salad. Flavour and texture are provided by crunchy Belgian endive, peppery arugula and toasted pine nuts, which combine to give a Mediterranean flair.
Fresh leaf spinach pairs well with citrus fruits, melon and prosciutto. Here the spinach is tossed with the fruits and their juices and then drizzled with a creamy and sweet balsamic dressing. A little prosciutto is used to top the salad, so you get the flavour without adding too much fat!
This Brussels sprouts dish can be prepared ahead of time and is a yummy addition to traditional turkey dinner.
Oven-warm frittata, a few slices of prosciutto and a mozzarella and tomato salad turn antipasto into a feast.
This stylish main course is, surprisingly, not laden with fat. The chicken breast halves can be prepared in advance, covered and refrigerated. Tagliatelle tossed with a little grated lemon zest makes a good accompaniment for the basil-stuffed chicken breasts, plus ciabatta with olives or sun-dried tomatoes.
Here, pan-fried pieces of asparagus and prosciutto are combined with wilted baby spinach and crisp-baked croutons in a delicious warm salad for two. Serve this salad with a side dish of new potatoes tossed with a little extra virgin olive oil.
This version of the all-time favourite spaghetti carbonara makes use of low-fat dairy products and dry-cured ham instead of bacon to make a healthier dish with no compromise on flavour. To complete the meal, serve with a roasted tomato salad.
You’ll love our healthy spin on the classic chicken club.
Leek and prosciutto combine with basil and mozzarella to make a sophisticated pizza-style topping for whole-wheat muffins. Serve with a simple salad of arugula and grated carrot tossed with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.
Eggs Benedict traditionally uses ham or bacon and a rich butter sauce. Here, a yogurt and chive hollandaise sauce contrasts with the richness of poached eggs and lean prosciutto, to make a lighter, but equally special version.