Grana Padano Presunto Platter
The Most Tasteful Platter

Don't forget - 5 minutes is all it takes to make this recipe. So you can enjoy this Grano Padano Presunto Platter anywhere and any time!

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Ingredients

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4 oz Presunto 10 pieces , 100 g
4 oz Grana Padano cheese 100 g
2 oz cherry tomato(es) 1/2 cup, 50 g
1 oz basil 25 g
6 oz sausages 150 g
2 oz crackers 50 g

Nutritional information

241
Calories
15.8 g
Protein
16.5 g
Fat
6.9 g
CH
7 g
S-Fat
51 mg
Cholesterol
0.3 g
Fiber
634 mg
Sodium
0
Sugar
227 mg
Calcium
1 mg
Iron
132 mg
Potassium

Please note that I am not a nutritionist. The nutrition information above is for reference purposes only and is calculated using one of the online calculators. For example, this one.

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Italian cheese is one of the most delicious cheeses in the world. So, we decided to create something easy and very quick. When you are short on time and you have guests next to your door you definitely need to serve something quick and delicious. Boards and platters are always a perfect way to meet your friends and family.Β  Usually, you can add sausage, dry fruits,Β  sun-dried tomatoes, nuts, jams, and many other ingredients that you really like. Speaking of cheese, Grano Padano is the most delicious choice, but you can also choose Parmigiano Reggiano. They both work great with prosciutto. If you have never tried prosciutto, it is dry-cured ham, which you don’t need to cook. You can eat it like it is.

How long is it cured?

It depends but the shortest time is about two months. In Portugal, the name of this type of meat is a little different, it is Presunto and is cured for 6-18 months. The most famous Presunto are from Chaves, it is the town in the north of Portugal, and another one is from the Alentejo region, where they grow black pigs. Presunto has different tastes, so you need to try them separately, but it is very delicious.

What can you serve with Presunto?

You can serve fig jam with crackers, soft cheese, and melon slices.

What other ingredients are used in this recipe?

In this recipe, we used also sausage, crackers, fresh cherry tomatoes, and fresh basil. Basil goes really well with tomatoes and cheese. You can buy basil in your local farm market. If you are not a fan of basil, you can skip it.

This Grana Padano Presunto Platter is a beautiful version of what many call the most tasteful platter to celebrate the end of the working week. We also recommend a glass of red wine to this platter or even too! πŸ˜‰

Don’t forget – 5 minutes is all it takes to make this recipe. So you can enjoy this Grano Padano Presunto Platter anywhere and any time.

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Steps

1
Done
1 min

Gather Ingredients

Prepare all ingredients.

2
Done
1 min

Wash

Wash basil leaves and tomatoes.

3
Done
1 min

Cut Sausage and cheese

Slice sausage and cut Grano Padano.

4
Done
2 min

Decorate

Decorate the plate with tomatoes, Presunto pieces, Grano Padano, sausage, crackers and basil leaves.

5
Done

Serve

Your Grana Padano Presunto Platter is ready - enjoy!

Helena

Recipe creator, food photographer and contributing writer to food-related publications.

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