30.1.10

Saturday Blog Showcase - Anitpasti Plate #2

I want to use some things in the fridge.  Homemade prosciutto from La Table de Nana, grilled halloumi cheese, ginger pickled beets, olives and crostini from homemade baguettes.  I also added some marinated artichoke hearts and roasted sweet orange bell peppers.

I pan fried the halloumi in olive oil until browned and then sprinkled with dried thyme.  Delish.

This is also my Saturday Blog Showcase entry with La Table de Nana's prosciutto.  The Showcase is being hosted by All That Splatters this week.


As Nana says:

It's a fun easy and quick project..You buy a small pork loin.. smaller in diameter is better..and encrust it in salt mixed w/ Herbes De Provence..

I used Sel de Guérande..the same salt I make my flavored salt with and my balsamic salt..

Roll the loin tightly in a clean crisp dishcloth and put in your refrigerator for 4 to 5 days.. then open.. and enjoy~
Si Bon!

7 comments:

  1. Wow... you don't need to cook it... what a great idea!!! Looks wonderful!!

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  2. There is nothing I don't love on your plate! The roasted peppers make the finishing touch for me on antipasti platters~I love Haloumi!! It just keeps it's shape so perfectly..

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  3. En effet, ça a l'air très gourmand.
    je note.
    A bientôt.

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  4. Perfection.... delicious perfection

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  6. Nice antipasti plate. Halloumi is a favorite of mine.
    I enjoyed reading about Nana's prosciutto, but you've inspired me to try it.
    Pam

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  7. This looks stunning I love the pictures. It is just the kind of meal that I love.

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