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This fresh and easy to prepare dish is rich in the flavors and colors of its origins….Italian!… Just serve with a slice of bread to meet the balanced nutritional and energetic requirements of the Mediterranean diet. Besides the nutritional aspects there’s also the protective effect of the lycopene found in tomatoes, Carotenoids and chlorophyll in the lettuce and the conjugated linoleic acid of mozzarella. A truly “functional” dish! What more could you ask for? Buon appetito!

(Professor. Carlo Cannella)

Ingredients Proteins (g) Fats (g) Carbohydrates (g) kcal
MBC 100g 16.7 24.40 0.40 288.0
Peas 40g 2.20 0.24 2.60 20.8
Tomato 150g 1.8 0.30 4.20 25.5
Lettuce 20g 0.2 0.02 0.44 2.8
Extra virgin olive oil 10g 10.00 89.9
Total 19.48 28.24 60.44 558.6

Pasta Salad

This dish looks more like an artist’s color palate than a plate of food.! A tasty variety of ingredients make this “original” pasta ideal for the summer season when the heat makes us crave fresh and easily digestible foods. In addition to its energetic nutrients it is rich in protective elements (fiber, antioxidants and polyphenols) that characterize foods of vegetable origins. A light nutritional alternative to the usual sandwich especially when followed by a piece of fresh fruit. Buon appetito! (Professor Carlo Cannella)

Ingredients Proteins (g) Fats (g) Carbohydrates (g) kcal
Green olives 40g 0.48 4.40 0.40 43.2
Peas 40g 2.20 0.24 2.60 20.8
Tomato 80g 0.96 0.16 2.24 13.6
MBC 50g 8.40 12.20 0.20 144.0
Corn 10g 0.90 0.40 7.50 35.3
Pasta 60g 6.54 0.84 47.50 211.8
Extra virgin olive oil 10g 10 89.9
Total 19.48 28.24 60.44 558.6

Mediterranean Appetizer

A great way to start an important meal: the Mediterranean diet proves how a balanced use of products rich in taste and tradition provide nourishment without being heavy. Foods of animal and vegetable origins used in proper proportions complement the flavors of the various ingredients: the sweet taste of the melon paired with the firmness of the tomato enhance the savoriness of the ham and the softness of the mozzarella. Colors and emotions paired with nutrition. These are the secrets of the Mediterranean diet. Buon appetito! (Professor. Carlo Cannella)

Ingredients Proteins (g) Lipidi (g) Carbohydrates (g) kcal
Prosciutto crudo
(Italian cured ham)
40g 10.2 7.4 107,2
Melon 100g 0.8 0.2 7,4 33.0
Mozzarea llB C 50g 8.40 12.20 0.20 144.0
Tomato 100g 1.2 0.2 2.8 17,0
Total 20.6 20.0 10.4 301.2

Pizza with Dop Mozzarella di Bufala Campana

Food fit for a king! Pizza in not only the symbol of the Mediterranean diet but it is one of the most popular dishes in the world. A real “Neapolitan pizza” requires simple but genuine ingredients: flour, water, yeast, tomato, mozzarella di bufala, basil and … the masterly touch of a Neapolitan pizza maker. If the pizza is made with DOP Mozzarella it means that it’s Bufala Campana, making for great results – guaranteed! To fully savor its wonderful flavor eat it while it’s still hot and stringy…. and be careful not to burn your palate. How’s that for a tasty pizza? (Professor. Carlo Cannella)

Ingredients Proteins (g) Fats (g) Carbohydrates (g) kcal
Pizza 210g (cooked weight) 11.7 16.6 111.5 642.2
    

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