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Salami and Provolone Layered Torte

Posted by Solitary Dancer on February 18, 2008


I found this over at D-Solve and I think it sounds really nice and simple and quite tasty. If you go to D-Solve check out their recipes and download their free collection.

Makes 4 servings


1/2 good provolone cheese, sliced thin
1/2 cup Good Seasons dressing, garlic and herbs, mixed (see Note)
1/2 lb sopressata or Genoa salami, sliced thin
1/2 cup Pesto (or see Note)


Put a layer of provolone slices in a pie plate. Brush with dressing. Add a layer of salami, then a thin layer of pesto.

Continue layering in this way until you have used up ingredients. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate
several hours.

Cut into wedges and serve.

Note: You can substitute your favorite Italian dressing for the Good Seasons, and you can use a prepared pesto sauce. Just read the labels and make sure you adjust your carbohydrate and protein counts accordingly.

Per serving.
Carbohydrates: 5.16 g
Protein: 4.86 OZ


One Response to “Salami and Provolone Layered Torte”

  1. Melody said

    yummy, I haven’t tried it, but I am eating a Genoa salami and provolone sandwich today…hope it’s good-I love Italian! 🙂

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