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#EatThisNotThat How To Make A Simple and Healthy Fig, Prosciutto, & Goat Cheese Salad Recipe

How To Make A Simple and Healthy Fig, Prosciutto, & Goat Cheese Salad Recipe https://www.eatthis.com/healthy-fig-p...

Simple and Healthy Fig, Prosciutto, & Goat Cheese Salad Recipe: Ordering a salad at a restaurant usually isn't the healthiest option. So why not make one right at home?

Fruit and meat make a pretty good team, especially in salads, since a huge helping of lettuce becomes immensely more attractive when interspersed with bursts of sweet and savory goodness. Most major restaurants take a stab at it, but they often end up being an 800-calorie debacle. Why eat a restaurant salad if it's going to cost you the calorie intake of more than a full sized meal? Enter our healthy fig and prosciutto salad recipe. In this version there are a quarter of the calories! We pair strips of salty, intense prosciutto with juicy, ripe figs. Add the tang of fresh goat cheese and the subtle, earthy crunch of toasted pine nuts and this makes for one inspired salad. Let salad be healthy, again! #EatThisNotThat

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