Prosciutto, Arugula and Balsamic Sandwich

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This prosciutto di Parma, peppery arugula, sweet balsamic and heart healthy olive oil on french bread is a winning combination.

This prosciutto di Parma, peppery arugula, sweet balsamic and heart healthy olive oil on french bread is a winning combination.Prosciutto, Arugula and Balsamic Sandwich

Other sandwiches I love that don’t require heating up are  Tomato Roasted Pepper and Mozzarella Sandwich,  Grilled Chicken Sandwich with Avocado and Tomato, and my favorite… Roast Beef, Arugula and Shaved Parmesan.

The addition of prosciutto in this sandwich is a perfect example of using meat as a condiment. It has so much concentrated flavor, that a little goes a long way. I load this up with arugula and balsamic (sometimes I add fresh tomatoes and shaved parmesan) and I’m one happy camper!

French bread or baguettes are usually fat free, so that’s my bread of choice when I make a sandwich. Always check nutritional info because some brands add oil. And by the way, I cheated and scooped out some of the bread to give me a larger sandwich for less carbs, I think this is a Long Island thing, we do that with bagels too!

This prosciutto di Parma, peppery arugula, sweet balsamic and heart healthy olive oil on french bread is a winning combination.
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Prosciutto, Arugula and Balsamic Sandwich

289.8 Cals 10.8 Protein 40.8 Carbs 6.8 Fats
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Yield: 1 serving
COURSE: Lunch
CUISINE: Italian
This prosciutto di Parma, peppery arugula, sweet balsamic and heart healthy olive oil on french bread is a winning combination.

Ingredients

  • 3 oz french bread or baguette
  • 2/3 cup baby arugula
  • .75 oz imported prosciutto, fat trimmed
  • 2 tsp balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh cracked pepper

Instructions

  • Whisk together balsamic and oil.
  • Cut bread, top with arugula, prosciutto and top with balsamic, oil and fresh cracked pepper.

Nutrition

Serving: 1sandwich, Calories: 289.8kcal, Carbohydrates: 40.8g, Protein: 10.8g, Fat: 6.8g, Saturated Fat: 0.5g, Sodium: 530mg, Fiber: 1.7g, Sugar: 1.5g
WW Points Plus: 7
Keywords: arugula sandwich, easy lunch sandwich, italian sandwich recipe prosciutto, Prosciutto Arugula and Balsamic Sandwich, prosciutto sandwich

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40 comments

  1. Toasted the bread.
    Was the best thing ever

  2. I don’t think this is 4 free style points. The bread alone is 7.

    Thank you.

    • Are you using the recipe builder? The only accurate way to determine any recipe’s SmartPoints® value is to plug the ingredients into the recipe builder on the Weight Watchers website (Click on “My Foods,” select “Recipe,” and click “Create a recipe.”) which does not count fruits and vegetables in recipes in the calculations as they are now 0 points.

      The SmartPoints® calculator isn’t meant for recipes and will often give you the wrong points (usually higher) because it’s counting the fruits and vegetables. So if you see a recipe with a SmartPoints® value that’s different from what the calculator tells you, now you know why.

      • I agree it is a lot more points. Yes I used the recipe builder. On green its 10pts and I don’t think any of the items with points are free on blue. Even so, 3oz french bread is 7. Unless you have found some magical bread! Wish it was 4! Love your recipes Gina

  3. This link is broken/leads to a video game: “Always check nutritional info because some brands add oil. And by the way, I cheated and scooped out some of the bread ..”

  4. My store didn't have prosciutto so I used ham and it was still DELICIOUS! I loved the oil and balsamic over a mayonnaise.

  5. This is my new obsession! I had one for dinner last night and lunch today and it's amazing. I sprinkled a little parmesan on it too. Such a filling lunch!

  6. this is AWESOME. soooooo good! even the hubby cant get enough of this. considering there is barely any actually cooking involved, this is amazing.

  7. I make this ALL the time. I love it. I toast the baguette in the toaster oven and them add the prosciutto and arugula. It's a delicious meal in minutes. YUM!

  8. This is delish! I had it for lunch today–easy to make this morning before I left for work even though I was running late. I will be eating this again for sure 🙂

  9. had this for lunch today with a side salad. added a slice of fresh mozzarella. YUM!!

  10. Wow Gina, you amaze me. I made for lunch and it was totally devine! Thank you for doing this blog. I thought it would be hard going on WW but you have made it so easy and your food is delicious. I actually look forward to going on the scale this week. Thank you

  11. I made this sandwich with some tomato and frexh mozzarella cheese and it was delicious! When I ran out of baguette I chopped up the ingredients small to make a salad with the oil and balsamic vinegar as dressing. So good!

  12. This is my kind of sandwich! There is definitely something about prosciutto and arugala together!

  13. Linda, would love to hear how your blintze recipe turns out! And yes, this would be wonderful with the Cream of Asparagus! One of my favorite light soups.

    Denise, I completely agree, the bread makes the sandwich!

  14. I had no idea that french bread would be so low in points. I haven't been eating many sandwiches lately because I can't find a good low point bread! For me the sandwich is all about the bread! This looks sooo good. Can't wait to try it!! As always Gina, you knock it out of the park!!

    Denise

  15. This would be great with that unbelievable Cream of Asparagus soup you posted last year (or 2009?). Started WW in January and you've been my go to place for the best recipes. Being Hungarian, I had to try those palacsinta (sp?) crepes that you made. They were great – eventually I'm going to try to lighten up our family's fave blintze recipe. I'll let you know if it's successful. Thanks for doing all the hard work – we reap the benefits!

  16. Oh Gina, that looks incredible! I'm eating ham and swiss which is not measuring up now that I think about it..

  17. Ellie, I love you. You always make whatever I post!

    My husband's playing cards with the boys tonight, guess what I'm having for dinner tonight!! Yup!! Buying some fresh bread on my way home. I might even do this with a little Fontina and caramelized onions and make a panini. nom!