Healthy and Light Crunchy Salad with Soppressata Salami
Our soppressata is soft and easy to chew, it goes really well when mixed into a salad. The Soppressata will add protein and pack another element of flavor from the Calabrian Chili Peppers.
broccoli florets, walnuts, currants, red onion, arugula and Soppressata. Dressing: tahini, apple juice, cider vinegar, salt, pepper Mix the dressing with the broccoli florets first, and let sit for an hour and up to a day in the refrigerator. Add the rest of the ingredients and you're all set. If you are in a real pinch, many healthy grocery stores like Erewhon Markets and WholeFoods Markets make their own broccoli salad mix. Take it home and top it on a bed of arugula and mix in the Soppressata. Perfect for a family cookout or picnic when in a time crunch.
Greg Laketek quit his day job and booked a one-way ticket to Parma, Italy, the home of Prosciutto, seeking to train under the best salumiere in the world. By chance, he was able to directly learn the ins and outs of the protected secrets of Italian Salumi. Now back in the United States as a master salumiere himself, chef Greg utilizes superior quality spices, meats and curing methods rooted in the old world, to produce products under the Salumi Chicago brand.