Cured ham, Gentile salami and coppa - a flavorful trio for a good meal appetizer!
The classic Sunday appetizer of Prosciutto Crudo, Coppa and Gentile Salami, three specialities from Casa Citterio that fit to all palates. renowned Italian-style specialty meats
From the root words "anti" and "pasto", it means "before" the "meal". Antipasto is a dish served before the main course. Traditionally in Italy, it is the first course of a formal meal.
- served with breadsticks or crusty bread
- great in sandwiches
- the trio is great in a platter with olives, anchovies, artichoke hearts, and cheeses
- an elegant appetizer serving with fresh pears or melons on the side
- fair well in hors d'oeuvres
- pair well with a fine Italian wine
Storage: keep in a cool dry place and in the refrigerator at +4°C once opened.
Shelf life: 90-120 days frozen
6 Artichoke Hearts, cooked
6 slices Antipasto Italiano (each type)
6 thin slices of cheese
1 tsp olive oil
Lay down the slices of antipasto, layer the trio.
At the end of each antipasto, place the cooked artichoke heart (boiled & seasoned with salt)
Layer in cheese slices on each side of the vegetable, sprinkle with pepper.
Roll in tightly and secure with a toothpick.
Heat olive oil in a frying pan.
Cook artichokes until crispy and gold brown.
Serve and enjoy!