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This is one of those easy salads with a twist. You may have tried a Parma ham, rocket and Parmesan salad with a little balsamic, but by adding warm roasted squash and trying it with Pecorino, which is slightly smoother than Parmesan, it’s a real pleasure and even feels a bit posh.
Preheat your oven to 190°C/375°F/gas 5. Carefully cut your butternut squash in half, keeping the seeds intact. Remove the two ends and discard them. Cut each half into quarters and lay in a roasting tray. Rub with a little olive oil. In a pestle and mortar pound up a flat teaspoon each of salt, pepper and your chilli and coriander seeds. Scatter this over the squash. Roast the squash for half an hour or until soft and golden. Allow to cool a little.
Lay your prosciutto on 4 plates — let it hang over the rim of the plates and encourage it to twist and turn so it doesn’t look neat and flat. Tear up your warm squash and put it in and around the ham. Sprinkle over the seeds and the rocket. Drizzle over the extra virgin olive oil and balsamic, add a tiny pinch of salt and pepper and use a vegetable peeler to shave over the Pecorino. Easily done.
Nutrients per serving (% daily value)
Nutritional information includes 2 teaspoons of olive oil to rub over the quartered butternut squash, using a 2lb butternut squash, 1/8 teaspoon of added salt per serving, 10 oz of prosciutto, and 4 oz of Parmesan cheese.
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