This refreshing Bresaola with Egg Ribbons and green apple salad makes a fantastic lunch or side dish for the warm weather.
Bresaola is a typical Italian air-dried salted beef very tender and lean, and packed with proteins. It's usually served paper-thin with rocket salad and shaved Parmesan cheese.
This is one of the quickest recipes you can find, it takes a little less than 5 mins to make it.
I've decided to swap the cheese with extra proteins by adding a very thin sliced "omelette" ( just egg, no cheese, milk or butter).
I've also added a finely cubed Granny Smith apple, hidden beneath a nest baby salad leaves, to give a crunchy & refreshing texture to the dish.
Serve it as a main course for a quick lunch or dinner, but it also makes elegant antipasti if you have guests coming over.
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Bresaola with Egg Ribbons and Green Apple Salad
- 8 slices Bresaola, finely sliced
- 1 Granny Smith apple, cubed
- 100 g rocket and baby salad leaves
- 2 eggs
- 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
- fresh fennel tops or thyme leaves, to decorate
- Exrtavirgin olive oil
- Sea salt & black pepper to taste
- Mix the eggs with a pinch of salt and pepper and add a splash of water to the mixture.
- Brush 1 tablespoon of extra-virgin olive oil over the bottom of a non-stick frying pan and place it over medium heat.
- Gently pour the eggs mixture over the pan and cook for about 1 min.
- Once is done, peel the omelette way from the bottom of the pan with the help of spatula. Do it gently so it doesn't break.
- Transfer the omelette on a cutting board and roll into a wrap. Cut into very thin slices and set aside to cool a little.
- Mix the omelette ribbons with the salad leaves and the lemon juice. Season to taste.
- Arrange 4 slices of Bresaola around the plate, fill with half the cubed apple, and place the baby salad and sliced omelette on top.
- Top with fresh fennel tops, extravirgin olive oil and sea salt and black pepper to taste, and serve.
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