…with Caprese sandwich and Prosciutto
I love when I’m able to serve something so simple and yet it looks so impressive. If there is one trend I hope never goes away, is serving food on a wooden board. Unfortunately, since I just moved I don’t have all of my serving wooden boards, but I now have an excuse to go shopping for kitchen supplies.
This Italian platter is a simple one, which I made with some basic that I had at home and some things I got when doing groceries. It is great if you have guests coming over, but no time to prepare. Or if you just want to spoil your family with a special lunch on Sunday. You can go as crazy and elaborate as you want, though. That is the great thing about a platter. In the near future, I will post a recipe of a big platter.
- 1 baguette
- 200 gr prosciutto
- 250 gr mozzarella
- 2 tomatoes
- 50 gr pesto alla Genovese
- 200 gr dates deseeded
- 165 gr green olives with garlic
- Basil leaves
- Balsamic vinegar to taste
- Sea salt and pepper to taste
Cut the baguette into 4 pieces and slice them open on the side.
Cut the tomatoes and mozzarella in slices.
Add 1 slice of prosciutto, the tomatoes and then the mozzarella in the baguette. Sprinkle with salt and pepper on top of the mozzarella and drizzle some balsamic vinegar. Add a teaspoon of pesto and some basil leaves to the sandwich.
In a bowl add the olives. Place the dates, mozzarella and prosciutto on the board. Style your board with basil leaves.