Prosciutto Sandwich with Fig, Pesto and Arugula


Remember that amazing gourmet sandwich I told you about? Well, this is it. This is the THE sandwich itself. So what exactly are we talking about? Imagine a perfect combination of flavors… Sweet, salty and a bit tangy. And a perfect texture… Soft and crispy at the same time. I’m telling you, this is the best gourmet sandwich I have ever tasted. The kind of sandwich I wouldn’t be ashamed to serve at a dinner party. The kind of sandwich I could eat at every single picnic I go to. Honestly, I don’t mean to be rude, but you HAVE to try it. And soon, I’ll be in love too.

This sandwich is made with fresh french baguette, homemade pesto, homemade fig chutney, prosciutto and arugula. If you can, try to buy the best bread available where you live. It represents half the sandwich so if your bread isn’t good I’m afraid you’ll be disappointed.

As for the rest of the ingredients, you just have to follow my recipes : homemade fig chutney here, and homemade pesto there. Note that I left out the pine nuts in the pesto this time, just to cut down some unnecessary fat.

And you know what’s really cute? Bite sized sandwiches for your buffet. 100% happy guests guaranteed!

Don’t eat meat or pork? Try this classic but yet delicious Smoked Salmon Club Sandwich

Prosciutto Sandwich with Fig, Pesto and Arugula

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1 sandwich

Serving Size: 1 sandwich

Prosciutto Sandwich  with Fig, Pesto and Arugula

Cal: 307 - Protein: 18.8g - Fat: 6.8g - Carbs: 47g - Fiber: 2.3g - Sugar: 7.9g - Old Points: 8 pts - Points+: 6 pts



  1. Cut bread lengthwise.
  2. Spread bottom side with fig chutney. Spread top side with pesto. Make sure sides don't touch.
  3. Add arugula, then prosciutto.

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posted in Dairy Free, Italian Inspired, Main Course, Meat, Pork, Recipes, Sandwich/Wrap, Summer Recipes, Under 300 cal,


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