Small French loaf sandwich with buffalo mozzarella, Parma ham and champignon mushrooms

It is not always necessary to prepare elaborate dishes or delicacies for lunch or dinner, in order to be satisfied with what one has eaten: indeed, very often, especially when summer creeps up on us, the desire to gorge ourselves diminishes and instead we yearn for something light and quick. A good example of something light and tasty on a hot day, perhaps as a little break, is a lovely French loaf sandwich made from sweet, uncooked ham, fresh buffalo mozzarella, and delicious, delicate mushrooms. What do you think, isn’t that something really enticing for the hottest days of summer, something that can be enjoyed at any time, a lovely compact lunch with fresh, tasty ingredients? We’re looking forward to a lovely picnic lunch ...


  • mini baguette 100 grams
  • Buffalo mozzarella 100 grams
  • Parma ham 50 grams
  • champignons mushrooms 20 grams
  • truffle oil
  • salt
  • pepper
  • mayonnaise Mustard flavoured
10 minutes Total time
Serves 1 person
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Thinly slice the mushrooms. Cut the mozzarella into slices 1cm thick. Cut the loaf in two lengthwise. Arrange on one half of the loaf the mozzarella slices and then the Parma ham. Arrange the mushrooms on top and then lightly season with salt, pepper and truffle oil. Spread the sandwich with a little mustard mayonnaise and truffle oil.

Did you know that you can grow mushrooms at home? Just get hold of a block of wood and a packet of mushroom spores: keep the wood wet, store it in the dark, and you can grow yourself some lovely mushrooms.
The sweet uncooked ham of Montagnana is produced in the province of Padua, and has generally been matured for between 12 and 15 months.

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