Monday, December 17, 2012


Some of you may remember the bresaola roll-ups I made in June. Well, the other day, for the first time, I saw turkey bresaola slices in the supermarket and I decided to see if I could make a festive appetiser with them, using my "ingredient of the year", pomegranate seeds. 

This time I got some Robiola but you could use Certosa or even Philadelphia cheese.  I used 150 gr Robiola to fill 100 gr of turkey bresaola slices.  I added some pomegranate seeds and the juice of two mandarins to the cheese and mixed it well, seasoning it with a twist of mixed peppercorns. Then all you have to do is roll the slices up and sprinkle some more pomegranate seeds over the top!


Lee said...

Were you pleased with the final result and taste, Pat? It looks so very colourful...and would be a nice cold appetizer here for our Christmas...and it being summer!

We're experiencing some very hot days and nights at the moment; but with promises of it cooling down a bit over the next few days. I hope so!

jams o donnell said...

I hope it tasted s good as it looks

REnglund said...

WL -

Your "ingredient of the year" is very much the trend this year. Nigella Lawson's Nigellisima At Christmas series seems to feature nothing but pomegranate seeds LOL

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Lee. Yes, I was. It tasted good! Hope it does cool down a bit for you over there. Hi, jams. Thank you and yes, it did taste good! Hi, Ludlingtonian. It's lovely to hear from you. That's interesting to know about the Nigella series - thank you.

Whispering Walls said...


Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Grazie, WW.


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