Prosciutto di San Daniele & Grana Padano Pizza (and a Giveaway)

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A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun-dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

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A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

One of our favourite family meals is homemade pizza. One thing we love about it is that you can get really creative with toppings and today’s recipe is one of our recent (and favourite) creations – Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano pizza. It’s very straightforward to make and if you don’t fancy making your own pizza base then you could simply add the toppings to an Italian flat bread instead, bake for a few minutes to melt the Grana Padano cheese before adding the prosciutto and rocket.

The flavours in this pizza go together beautifully, there’s the saltiness of the prosciutto and cheese, the sweetness of the tomatoes, the spiciness of the chilli and the pepperiness of the rocket. I love eating food where in each bite you get something a little bit different, it makes it all the more interesting and enjoyable to eat and this pizza definitely delivers that.

A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

Prosciutto di San Daniele

One of the main ingredients of my pizza is Prosciutto di San Daniele, a cured meat from San Daniele del Friuli which is located in Italy between the Adriatic sea and the Alps. Due to the unique microclimate where it’s made it has a delicious delicate flavour and it just melts in the mouth. It’s made from simply the thighs of specially selected Italian pigs and salt with no additives or preservatives.

For something so simple, there’s a lot that goes into getting it just right…

  • Selection & Trimming – The fresh thighs are rigorously inspected and only those that meet the requirements of the Production Specifications are selected for processing. Afterwards the thighs are “trimmed” using special cuts to make them suitable for ideal ageing.
  • Salting & Pressing – Using traditional San Daniele processing techniques, the thighs are left salted for as many days as they weigh in kilos. After salting, the thighs undergo pressing, which allows the salt to penetrate deeply and gives them their traditional “guitar” shape. This is a processing phase typical and exclusive of Prosciutto di San Daniele.
  • Resting – The thighs are left to rest hanging in a special room. This allows for the drainage of the thighs and their optimal maturing.
  • Washing & Drying – After resting, the thighs are washed with warm water to remove the salt. After washing the thighs are kept in an environment where they are then dried and acclimatised.
  • “Sugnatura” – The paste made by pork fat and rice or wheat flour called “sugna” is applied to the uncovered part of the thigh keeping this portion of meat tender and protected.
  • Maturing – Four to five months after processing began, the thighs are moved to the ageing rooms under optimal temperature, humidity and ventilation conditions.
  • “Puntatura” – The progress of maturation is checked by inserting a horse-bone needle at specific points in the thigh.
  • Marking – Inspections are conducted thirteen months after the beginning of processing. Only the prosciuttos that satisfy all the requirements are certified and the Consortium mark is branded onto them.

A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

Grana Padano

Grana Padano cheese was originally invented by Benedictine Monks as a way of preserving surplus milk. It’s popularity means that it could be found on the banqueting tables of princes and dukes, as well as being part of the staple diet of people from rural areas.

Its traditional manufacturing process has remained unchanged over the centuries, which means that it still continues to have the same distinctive delicious flavour as it had when it was first created.

As with the Prosciutto di San Daniele, authentic Grana Padano cheese is branded  after 9 months of ageing and only after strict quality controls, this branding certifies that you’re getting perfect cheese. Grana Padano can age to well over 20 months and at 20 months it may then become Grana Padano Riserva, but only after passing further quality tests and being fire-branded with the “Riserva” mark.

A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano cheese are recognised by The EU as a protected designation of origin which means it can only be produced in that region and must follow the traditional production methods. It also ensures that it is produced to a consistently high standard meaning you’ll always get a fantastic product.

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A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

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A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

Prosciutto di San Daniele & Grana Padano Pizza

Active Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 2 hours

Serves 4 (2 pizzas to share)

Ingredients

For the pizza base

  • 350g ’00’ flour (you can also use plain flour or strong bread flour if ’00’ is not available, but I find ’00’ gives a lighter, crisper base)
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp fast-action dried yeast
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 240 ml water (cold-lukewarm, not hot)

For the sun-dried tomato pesto

  • 8-9 sun-dried tomatoes (+ some of the oil they’re stored in)
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • A handful of fresh basil leaves
  • 1 tbsp toasted pine nuts
  • 30g grated Grana Padano cheese
  • Salt and pepper

For the other toppings

  • 150g of grated Grana Padano cheese
  • A few cherry or baby plum tomatoes
  • A few olives
  • 1 fresh red chilli (use more or less depending on how spicy you’d like your pizza to be)
  • A few slices of Prosciutto di San Daniele
  • A handful of fresh rocket

Method


Make the pizza dough

  1. Put the flour (350g), yeast (1 tsp) and salt (1 tsp) into a large bowl – Put the salt and yeast on opposite sides of the bowl to prevent the salt killing the yeast before it’s had a chance to work.
  2. Make a well in the centre and add half the water (120ml), mix well with your hands.
  3. Keep adding water a little bit at a time until all of the flour has been incorporated into the dough. The dough should be slightly sticky but not sloppy – If you accidentally add too much water add a sprinkle of flour and combine until you have the right consistency.
  4. Spread a little of the olive oil onto a clear work surface and knead the dough in the oil. Keep adding a little oil until the full 2 tbsp have been incorporated – The olive oil helps to prevent the dough from sticking to the surface and adds flavour to the pizza. The dough can sometimes get sticky while kneading, keep persevering, it will improve, and don’t be tempted to add more flour or you’ll end up with a dry, heavy pizza base. If you prefer you can knead the dough in a mixer with a dough hook on a low speed for 5 minutes.
  5. Keep kneading the dough until it is smooth, springy and if you stretch it in front of a light source you’ll be able to see the light coming through without the dough breaking.
  6. Put the dough into a lightly oiled bowl and cover with cling film. Leave to prove for 1-1½ hours (or overnight in the fridge) until the dough has doubled in size – The important thing here is the dough doubling in size, not the time. The amount of time the dough needs to prove can vary according to the temperature of the room, so if it’s not doubled in size, leave it a bit longer.
  7. Once the dough has doubled in size, remove it from the bowl and knead a couple of times to knock out all of the air.

While the pizza is proving make the pesto

  1. Add all of the pesto ingredients (minus the salt and pepper) into a small blender (or into a small bowl if you’re using a hand blender). If the pesto is a little thick then blend in a little of the oil from the sun-dried tomatoes until you have your desired consistency. Blend until there are no large lumps remaining. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Make your pizza

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 220°C/200°C fan.
  2. Divide your pizza dough in two and shape it into two circles about ½ cm thick.
  3. Spread the sun-dried tomato pesto onto the pizza base then sprinkle with the grated Grana Padano cheese. Top with the tomatoes (halved or cut into 3 for the larger ones), olives (sliced) and red chilli (sliced).
  4. Bake in the oven for roughly 12 minutes, until the crust is golden brown.
  5. Once cooked remove the pizzas from the oven and top with slices of Prosciutto di San Daniele and a few fresh rocket leaves.
  6. Enjoy!

A delicious homemade pizza topped with sun dried tomato pesto, olives, chillies and Grana Padano cheese and then finished with Prosciutto di San Daniele and rocket.

314 Comments:

  1. Once again your photos are awesome. You have the loveliest boards. Pizza recipe looks fabulous. We got a little burnt out on pizzas but my taste buds are now revived thanks to your lovely photos

  2. Pizza

  3. Wrap the prosciutto around asparagus spears, lightly bake them and then grate some of the Grana Padano over them.

  4. A pasta dish

  5. A delicious pizza just like this one here!

  6. A pizza with rocket

  7. Definitely has to be the pizza looks so appetising

  8. Oh has to be pizza 🙂 x

  9. I would usually eat it as it is, but your pizza recipe looks like it would appeal to the whole family! Thank you for the inspiration.

  10. I’d use the Grana Padano cheese to make macaroni cheese and have the Prosciutto di San Daniele on the side

  11. Prosciutto di San Daniele & Grana Padano Pizza

  12. Pizza 🙂

  13. It would have to be a pizza for me

  14. after seeing your pizza id deffo give a pizza a go as it looks delicious

  15. The pizza sounds good, maybe a sandwich too!

  16. I would love to make the Pizza that you featured. Great ingredients make for a superb pizza, thanks.

  17. Catherine Gregory

    I think I’d make a pizza or some mini fritattas

  18. Teresa sheldon

    Looking at your lovely Pizza, it would have to be that although I’m sure mine wont look as nice as yours

  19. jacqui rushton

    A lovely pizza!

  20. alice lightning

    a well topped pizza

  21. Your pizza looks amazing and I would try to replicate that – the dough is something that has always gotten the better of me – my brother, however, makes amazing pizzas.

  22. Definitely pizza

  23. a yummy pizza

  24. I would definitely make this pizza, looks delicious

  25. A great topping on a home made pizza

  26. The pizza looks wonderful….

  27. Lorna peppiatt

    I would love to try the Croque Monsieur hasselback potatoes. They sound divine!

  28. Natalie Crossan

    I’d have a go at making my own pizza – my daughter loves pizzas 😀 😀 xxx

  29. The pizza

  30. They’d be lovely with some fresh bread, oil and olives.

  31. I would make a yummy pasta dish

  32. Hannah Wallington

    I’d love to try the carbonara

  33. Rebecca Mercer

    Pizza for sure yum

  34. I’m a big pizza lover so I’d definitely give that a go!

  35. I would make calzone

  36. i would like to make a Carbonara.

  37. We love our home made pizzas too so we’d definitely use the prosciutto to jazz them up.

  38. i’d get my pizza oven fired up for a delicious homemade gourmet pizza.

  39. Either pizza or a gorgeous carbonara 🙂

  40. Michelle Pierce

    Cheese and tomato bread

  41. Rebecca Barnes

    It’s got to be the pizza! We could make it in my friend’s wood fired stove… delicious!

  42. Rachael O'Brien

    I think I’d I see feta and spinach and puff pastry and make some kind of lattice tartlets! Yummy !! Thankyou for this chance x

  43. This would work perfectly in breakfast muffins

  44. Allan Fullarton

    Pizza! It’s the best.

  45. Karen Harrison

    Pasta carbonara

  46. I’d use these to make up a lovely tapas platter to eat in the garden with a glass of prosecco…and enjoy a night off from cooking 😉

  47. I would wrap a chicken breast in the proscuittio and then top it with the grated Gran padano before roasting in the oven.

  48. Cathryn Crawshaw

    Pizza

  49. Joanne Hutchings

    I’d probably make a pasta dish such as a carbonara.

  50. I’d make that pizza, reminds me of my favourite restaurant one

  51. Looks good so I would try!

  52. I would use it for our picky tea one of the nights, we really love it 🙂

  53. I’d make a carbonara and fry a few slices till crisp to garnish 🙂

  54. Hester McQueen

    Pasta dish – linguine – carbonara creamy sauce with Gran Padano; chestnut mushrooms, flat leaved parsley, proscuitto (lightly fried) and Grand Padano grated on top

  55. I would like to use them to make an antipasto platter.

  56. I would use them to make a salad with baby leaves, cucumber, galia melon and pomegranate seeds served with chargrilled sourdough bread drizzled with olive oil. I am now hungry again despite having just eaten!

  57. Home made pizza definitely! A simple meal made fancy with high quality ingredients!

  58. Julie Whittaker

    I’d add it to a spicy tomato pasta dish Yummy!!

  59. Debbie Preston

    Def the pizza as everyone would eat it

  60. I would make a great pizza using these as toppings

  61. Elizabeth Yeates

    Pizza with fresh basil

  62. pizza looks good so would try that

  63. I would make some mini toast appetizers

  64. I’d make the pizza as in your recipe, looks great!

  65. This would go to my dad. He would probably make melon and ham

  66. Deborah Clarke

    Well im.going to have to go.with the crowd and.plump.for pizza lol !. My teenage step sons would love it.

  67. Diificult question. I would either serve them with a tomato vinagarette salad or make spaghetti carbonara

  68. Pizza for the prosciutto and an anchovy and kale pasta dish for the gran padano

  69. They would be yummy on pizza!

  70. Christina MacDonald

    These all look delicious!

  71. That pizza looks sooo tasty, i would definitely try that first

  72. Wow this pizza looks amazing

  73. I’d probably give your pizza a go first, but it would go great with a simple salad as well.

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  74. I’d make a tasty dish of tagliatelle carbonara.

  75. I’d make a simple pasta, stirring through with olive oil, rocket, and prosciutto – and sprinkle over the Grana Padano as I serve

  76. I would make a cheese board and have the ham on the side with crackers yum!

  77. a pasta dish

  78. a summer salad and cold frittata

  79. I would make a tasty pizza

  80. Ann Skamarauskas

    That pizza looks fabulous so I would give that a go first

  81. Jill Fairbanks

    I would go with making the pizza recipe you have posted I have a Family of pizza lovers but I have to admit I never made my own

  82. definitely pizza 🙂

  83. pizza it looks amazing

  84. Andrzej Szymanski

    It has to be pizza which is my favourite food.

  85. Macaroni Cheese with Prosciutto and Grana Padano on top.

  86. Defintiely pizza, would taste delicious

  87. a lovely pizza

  88. After this lovely article, must be a pizza

  89. I would most like make a carbonara or a salad with some goats cheese with it.

  90. I’d like to try making pizza, something I’ve never made at home. Your recipe looks very straight forward and the end result looks very tasty.

  91. Oooh so many options… I think I’d opt for a pasta dish, keeping it simple with just a splash of oil or butter and then letting the other ingredients take over with the flavour, rather than creating a full blown sauce. The prosciutto and grana padano would go beautifully with some lightly sauteed summer vegetables fresh from the garden – tomatoes, peas or beans, and some basil. Yum.

  92. It would have to be the pizza

  93. Katie Richards

    I’d love to make a pizza using these as it would be amazing to create a pizza as tasty as those I’ve tried in restaurants!

  94. Would give it my son who would most probably make a pizza

  95. Pizza!

  96. Charlotte Owen

    I would make a lovely fresh bruschetta – yum!

  97. Definitely a nice homemade pizza!

  98. In this current weather salad with figs but when cooler pizza rules.

  99. Alison Macdonald

    Would use it as a topping on some bruschetta that way i can savour the flavour!

  100. Richard Eldred Hawes

    I would make your recipe for Prosciutto di San Daniele & Grana Padano Pizza

  101. As they are with some crusty bread, olives, rocket and vine tomatoes. Perfect

  102. pizza looks yummy

  103. I’d make a Pizza or Calzone,

  104. Has to be a great pizza

  105. I’d make a lovely creamy chicken tagliatelle. My favourite!

  106. Angela Macdonald

    a pizza and would add in rocket and maybe sun dried tomatoes

  107. My favourite thing is ham and mushroom pizza so I’d love to try one with prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano.

  108. Super – gourmet pizza!!

  109. Pizza with chicken and peppers

  110. patrick quilty

    it would have to be pizza , bet it tastes amazing

  111. Lorraine Mabbitt

    would make a pasta dish with the prosciutto

  112. JOANNE ROXBURGH

    prawn cabonara

  113. Victoria Felton

    Fabulous food I would make a tasty pasta dish!!

  114. pasta dish for me, , perhaps a carbonara

  115. I would like to eat them just as they are as a snack with a nice glass of cold Prosecco x

  116. Ooooh a lovely homemade goats cheese and prosciutto pizza with garlic oil

  117. I make little bruchetta treats x

  118. I would make pizza. Yummy

  119. Rebecca Atkins

    We love pizza in our house so defo
    That

  120. I’d love to eat them as they are, maybe as a snack with my friends over with some olives and other nibbles x

  121. The pizza looks yummy.

  122. Calzone pizza

  123. I think I would make the pizza that you did!

  124. I’d make a lovely risotto topped with the proscuitto. I love a nice risotto

  125. Looks delicious I’d make pizza

  126. Roast chicken wrapped in the ham.

  127. I would love to have them on their own with some tasty bread, olives, tomatoes etc.

  128. Tracey Belcher

    The obvious choice is a pizza and as we have a homemade brick pizza oven in the garden it would be ideal

  129. Possibly a variation on Caesar salad

  130. Laura-Jane Baker

    Cod wrapped in prosciutto with a pesto sauce

  131. I would make a pizza and I would add in some chicken and sweetcorn

  132. I would try it on Pizza, it looks delicious!

  133. I’d use them on a pizza

  134. I’d add it to a fiorentina pizza.

  135. Definately make pizza, can’t beat homemade pizza made with love and quality ingredients xx

  136. yes i would make a yummy pizza

  137. Jeanette Leighton

    A pizza with salad

  138. Beky Austerberry

    Pizza is the one food my fussy eaters will eat without complaints so I would make a nice homemade pizza with it!

  139. Rebecca roberts

    I would make pizza we make it as a family with salsa. Salad

  140. Kristyn Harris

    A delicious pizza!

  141. Elizabeth Smith

    A salad with watermelon, prosciutto and padano

  142. It would have to be a pasta dish

  143. Hannah Drennan

    Proscuitto-wrapped prunes with shavings of Parmesan

  144. lorraine polley

    would have to say the pizza, then would google to find some more receipes

  145. MICHELLE Stewart

    The Pizza looks delicious

  146. Probably some type of pasta dish

  147. Charlotte Carter-Dunn

    I would use it for trying the pizza you’ve made – perfect!

  148. Alexandra oliver

    pizza with rocket salad- delicious!

  149. I would do make a fancy mac and cheese!

  150. I would make a creamy sauce and add them to that with some pasta and garlic bread

  151. I`d make a tasty ravioli type dish

  152. I think first of all, I’d like to try these on their own with some fresh salad, olives and fresh bread to really appreciate the flavours.

  153. Pizza with oodles of cheese and topped with black olives!

  154. I would make either a pizza or an omelette I think!

  155. Natalie Turner

    I’m going to have to say pizza!

  156. Pizza as its my favourite food

  157. I’d make a pizza as my husband & daughter was big fans

  158. it would make a great pizza for summer evening picnic

  159. Lynsey Buchanan

    I would make pizza, we are pizza daft in this household.

  160. Kimberley Ryan

    I think a delicious carbonara

  161. I’d make a mozzarella, prosciutto, mushroom & grana padano pizza!

  162. Looks soo good!

  163. ABIGAIL HAMILTON

    A lovely salad with mixed leaves , apple & drizzled with virgin olive oil & Balsamic vinegar

  164. Jennifer Goldsmith

    Carbonara!

  165. The pizza looks yummy. I’d have to try that

  166. I would hand it over to my mum and let her whip up some pasta with it, shes a fab cook

  167. Pizza looks amazing but in this weather I think I would use it in a nice light salad.

  168. many thanks…………..Grana Padano and Prosciutto di San Daniele cauliflower crust pizza

  169. ashleigh allan

    A nice pasta

  170. Pizza pizza pizza!! I just love it.

  171. I’d make an amazing tasty pizza 🙂

  172. That pizza looks delicious so I would probably make this or pasta carabonara

  173. I’d make gnocchi drizzled with fresh pesto, crispy prosciutto ham on top and lashings of grana padano

  174. I would keep it simple and put them to some bruschetta!

  175. Pizza my favourite

  176. I think I’d like to try a linguine for the first time.

  177. Lisa Wilkinson

    A bruschetta

  178. I’d have a go making pizza too as it’s my fave food.

  179. Rebecca Morton

    I’d Make Flatbread Pizzas

  180. Victoria Hopkins

    Pizza fans here, so either a pizza or if any left over a toastie

  181. Scarlett Small

    I’d love to eat them as they are to be honest!

  182. The Pizza looks perfect for my family!

  183. I would make a lovely carbonara

  184. claire griffiths

    the pizza as looks so yummy

  185. Joanna Kasznicki

    the pizza as it looks amazing

  186. Tracey Susan Anderson

    I would probably be looking at making Tagliatelle Carbonara our family favourite but i would also be very tempted to making your pizza which looks and sounds so delicious! 🙂

  187. have it with tapas bits for an incredible alfresco dinner

  188. Would love to make Pizza xx

  189. Katharine Balyuzi

    I love to eat mine in a salad with melon and some rocket, so nice on a summer day

  190. I’d make a homemade pizza. Think it would be delicious too!

  191. i would copy your lovely homemade pizza x

  192. Tagliatelle carbonara

  193. Elisabeth Ries

    I would do a chicken dish where the chicken breasts are topped with mozzarella and wrapped in Prosciutto.

  194. I would make a pizza

  195. Stephanie Keill

    Spaghetti Carbonara! I absolutely adore Italian food

  196. christina kennedy

    I love cooking, but I would eat the prosciutto in a roll with artichokes and have parmesan over every pasta dish. Its naked without it

  197. a delicious classic Italian pizza

  198. I would like to make a pizza with a thin crust

  199. Anna Wyszkowska

    Creamy pasta with mushrooms and pizza!

  200. I would probably make a pizza, yours looks fantastic

  201. Rosalie Miller

    That pizza looks great but i’d do asparagus wrapped in the prosciutto and fried with lovely thick slices of the grana padano on top!

  202. The pizza looks amazing! Great post!

  203. I would make a calzone

  204. I’d make little pastries stuffed with both! And maybe a bit of pesto too…

  205. Oh, I’m going through a bit of a retro phase at the moment – looking at the old classics and seeing if I can update them for now. So, I’m thinking something with Prosciutto and pear or melon for a starter and a wild mushroom risotto with the Grana Padano.

  206. I would love to make a fresh homemade pizza

  207. I’d make a pizza

  208. I would make a lovely carbonara

  209. cheryl hadfield

    A Panini..would be lovely to win

  210. An epic spaghetti carbonara

  211. a white pizza with loads of toppings

  212. I would use the Prosciutto di San Daniele and Grana Padano to make a simple salad adding Italian cheese and crusty bread

  213. I’d definitely make this pizza it loooks fantastic

  214. Probably pizza to eat in the garden in the sunshine with a lovely glass of wine and some salad.

  215. Pizza. I love pizza.

  216. That pizza looks really good, would have to give that a go

  217. I think a pizza or a nice pasta sauce! 🙂

  218. Serena Harding

    Goung to let my 8 year old have a go at this, looks yummy

  219. defo pizza! we love pizza in this house!

  220. I would deffo try that gorgeously yummy pizza you’ve illustrated!

  221. Pizza

  222. I would make something really Italiany and have a Italian night

  223. christine shelley

    This pizza but I might add some mushrooms

  224. Suzanne Jackson

    I’d have it as tapas and eat it in the garden in the sunshine with a glass of sangria – pefect!

  225. Definitely pizza!

  226. I would make a Ciabatta toasties in a sandwich press, adding both ingredients and a smidgen of cranberry sauce.

  227. I would make my own home made pesto

  228. stuart hargreaves

    I would make a carbonara, with plenty of garlic

  229. Emily Hutchinson

    Pizza all the way!

  230. maureen findley

    pizza

  231. I would make the pizza!

  232. I think I’d make a pizza too, perfect ingredients for it!

  233. Susan Williams

    A pizza to share and enjoy with my family.

  234. Ii would have to try that pizza it’s looks amazing x

  235. Pasta with a lovely creamy sauce and lots of Garlic

  236. mmm proscutio

  237. Looks amazing. I love pizza.

  238. I would use it as part of a platter of tapas

  239. There is nothing better than homemade pizza, that sundried tomato pesto sounds so incredible! Great recipe with some high quality ingredients.

  240. I would use them as they are with some olives, a sliced peach and watercress salad and some sourdough bread for a summer supper in the garden

  241. Just with some warm crusty bread, perfection!

  242. i would make a pizza too as it looks lovely!

  243. A carbonara

  244. Lucinda Fortune

    A lovely cheesy pizza!

  245. Croquettes

  246. I would use it on one of my fav foods pizza!!!!

  247. The Pizza looks amazing! I would use them on that

  248. Gnocchi. With pesto, rocket and a drab of olive oil, then topped with parmesan – yummy!

  249. I cannot cook. Im useless at it. This would be a present for my Husband. 🙂

  250. Has to pizza and with anchovies. It’s my birthday tomorrow and I shall Belton eating pizza all week!

  251. It would have to be a pizza

  252. Amanda Richardson

    Definitely a pizza to share with the children. If there was any left, have them with a lovely leafy green salad with a touch of balsamic dressing

  253. A gluten free pizza

  254. I’d make a pasta with a lovely creamy sauce.

  255. Pizza – or we might just eat it!

  256. I’d make a pasta dish – possibly a carbonara – or just have them with a lovely leafy salad.

  257. Honestly, I could eat all the proscutio just on its own — it’s sooooo yummy. The cheese would probably be best on a pizza, but I don’t suppose I’d get a look in with that, as pizzas are a big favourite in this house.

  258. I would use it on a pizza. Yours looks lovely

  259. Jennifer Wlodyka

    Definitely pizza wins out in our house

  260. Pizza all the way..

  261. Joanne Darnell

    mmmm pizza

  262. i would probably make some sort of carbonara

  263. pizza looks delicious

  264. A lovely platter for people to help themselves, with olives, tomato salad, artichoke hearts and crostini.

  265. Tagliatelle carbonara but the pizza looks great would have to try that

  266. A nice pizza, love good quality fresh pizza

  267. Nicole Challacombe

    I’d make the pizza!

  268. Victoria Prince

    I’d most like to make a frittata 🙂 I think they would go really nicely in it along with some vegetables, though your pizza looks amazing!

  269. Ann-Marie Gould

    i would make a yummy pizza!

  270. I would normally go with a pasta dish but the pizza looks wonderful

  271. I’d make a pizza using your recipe

  272. I’d like to make a delicious pasta dish with these ingredients.

  273. Carbonara is a favourite of mine so that would be my choice

  274. Pizza

  275. a spaghetti carbonara for my daughter thankyou

  276. Romana Richards

    I would first make a walnut pesto using the grana padano and stir it through cooked rigatoni pasta and serve it with a couple of slices of the prosciutto for a quick tasty lunch.

  277. I think it would have to be a pizza!

  278. It would have to be a pizza.

  279. defo pizza

  280. I’d definitely have a go at making this pizza with it. Looks delicious.

  281. CHRISTINE SUTHERLAND

    Id put it on pizzas

  282. Definitely a pizza

  283. Pizza is my first choice. I make homemade pizza once a fortnight and this would make a welcome change of ingredients, Husband loves Pepperoni but I would like to try your recipe

  284. yes i would make a yummy pizza x

  285. I would love to make pizza x

  286. Anthea Holloway

    I would definitely make a very large pizza for my grandchildren and husband!

  287. Margaret Clarkson

    I would probably make a lovely pizza (I like making bread, so would make a tasty home made base) although I would also be tempted to make a lovely pasta carbonara.

  288. Michelle Ferguson

    I love pizza and the one you’ve made looks lovely so would try that.

  289. The pizza looks great so I’d give that a go!

  290. Julia Nicholls

    I think that this pizza is the perfect way to use these ingredients, or to create a luxurious salad

  291. I would love to have a go at your pizza

  292. Love your pizza recipe but I would probably go for a creamy pasta incorporating the cheese & prosciutto, yummy!

  293. That pizza looks great so I would try that.

  294. Angie McDonald

    I’d love to make a fresh homemade pizza!

  295. A home made goats cheese, spinach and prosciutto pizza sprinkled with gran padano

  296. Spencer Broadley

    I love pastas so probably a meaty cheesy version

  297. Harline Parkin

    A mushroom and veggie pizza

  298. I would make Carbonara.

  299. I would fry off the Prosciutto with some mushrooms, then add creme fraiche and freshly cooked pasta, then stir in some finely grated Grana Padano until melted, then serve & enjoy!

  300. make a wonderful pasta dish

  301. I’d make a creamy chicken tagliatelle in white wine sauce.

  302. Charlotte Gransden

    Pizza!! Definately.

  303. I’d love to use them to add flavour and texture to a salad. Perfect for the warm weather!

  304. I would totally make a wonderful pasta dish, I love Grana Padano on top of pasta 🙂

  305. Your pizza looks great. I don’t think I would make anything with them actually, I would make a wonderful platter with some fresh foccacia and maybe some grilled peach. Mmmmm yummy!

  306. melanie stirling

    I would make a pasta dish with the prosciutto in it and the cheese as the topping.

  307. frances hopkins

    I just like to eat them as they are – delicious

  308. Brenda Czerniak

    I would love to make this pizza looks very good

  309. I’d make a tasta carbonara!

  310. Pizza, for sure. We love using these ingredients on all sorts of pizzas and appetizers. It is a favorite entertaining meal, too.

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