This Holiday Season Add a Delicious Italian Twist on Traditional Flavours
The holidays are a time to celebrate traditions, spend time with family and friends, and enjoy great food! And, while the traditional turkey dinner will always have a place at the holiday table, authentic, full-flavoured Italian ingredients, like Prosciutto di Parma, Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano cheese, can elevate your recipes and offer an enhanced dining experience with an international flair.
Check out these specially created holiday recipe ideas to help you design your very own signature dishes. Your family will enjoy a true taste of Italy this holiday season.
Prosciutto di Parma Wrapped Turkey Roulade with Pomegranate-Port Reduction
Traditional turkey gets a delightful twist with this prosciutto wrapped turkey roulade recipe. Drizzled with a pomegranate-port reduction and filled with a pistachio cranberry stuffing, this guest-impressing meal is a delicious way to get every ounce of holiday flavour in one bite. The perfectly balanced sweet and salty Prosciutto di Parma and tart pomegranate make for a delicious duo. Be prepared to be asked to make this version of holiday turkey every year!
Wild Berry Salad with Basil, Mosto Cotto, Sichuan Pepper & Grana Padano Crisps
For many, dessert could be the appetizer, the main course, and the final touch of a great meal. Crispy Grana Padano cheese paired with berries tossed in sweet and tangy mosto cotto syrup make for a refreshing way to end (or start) any holiday meal. And don’t forget the vanilla ice cream or your favourite flavour of gelato.
Panettone with Prosciutto di San Daniele
Italians look forward to welcoming Panettone to their holiday table every year. This traditional sweet bread is a staple at Italian holiday tables all over the world; this recipe reimagines the traditional into a savoury appetizer that pairs Panettone with Prosciutto di San Daniele ham and soft creamy cheese. Be sure to make enough because this blend of sweet, savoury, and tart creaminess will go fast!
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