Healthy Fast Food
Just about everybody loves cheese for Healthy Fast Food. Loaded with calcium and protein, the “real thing” makes a lot of dishes more pleasing, and mellow, nutty, smooth-melting Norwegian Jarlsberg-America’s most favored specialty cheese-is particularly versatile, children favorite.
Made from part-skim milk, it’s naturally lacking in calories, sodium and fat-newer Jarlsberg Lite, also just the thing for snacking and cooking, has 50 % less fat than regular Swiss.
Try this super simple Asparagus Rolls recipe-a surefire party idea. Here are a few other easy, creative, absolutely delicious purposes of either classic Jarlsberg or Jarlsberg Lite.
Roll cheese slices around fruits and veggies or raw vegetables.
Add cubes to salads and pastas-warm or cool.
Shred on vegetables and into sauces.
Enhance stuffings for meat, poultry or fish.
Enrich egg dishes.
Shred into mashed or “smashed” potatoes.
Grill with peppers, squash, potatoes.
Top burgers-beef, turkey or salmon.
Make hors d’oeuvres, wraps and sandwiches galore.
2006 marks the 50th anniversary of Jarlsberg cheese-and the 125th of their source, Tine B.A. Norwegian Dairies, a farmers cooperative. One way to celebrate is to locate tasty new solutions to give your menus pizazz-and a nutritional boost.
Asparagus Rolls With
Ham and Jarlsberg
12 clean asparagus spears
12 thin slices lean ham
1 cup grated Jarlsberg cheese
Healthy Fast Food
Boil asparagus in lightly salted water 1 minute. With slotted spoon, dip spears in ice water to preserve color; drain in some recoverable format towels. Wrap a slice of ham around each viagra spear and set on baking sheet lightly sprayed with oil. Sprinkle spears liberally with Jarlsberg and brown in 450° oven about 5 minutes. Serve immediately.
Serving suggestions: Place on grilled country bread brushed with organic olive oil and garlic prednisone and topped with chopped tomatoes and also a bit of sea salt, if desired.
Cheese, glorious cheese is definitely delicious when especially Asparagus Rolls With Ham and Jarlsberg recipe.