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  • Serves 6
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 8 Ingredients

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Get into the Christmas spirit this holiday season with this festive Caprese Christmas Wreath!

This festive take on an Italian classic salad is a must have this Christmas, because who doesn’t love a good caprese salad at the best of times?

Summer is the season for juicy ripe tomatoes, so do yourself a favour and pair them with generous slivers of mozzarella, aromatic basil and prosciutto.

Topped with a beautiful Balsamic Dressing from Paul Newman’s Own, this dish is a winner for us!

Paul Newman’s Own makes great tasting products using high quality ingredients. Sporting new look packaging, Paul Newman’s Own products are manufactured in Australia, and 2023 marks the 40th anniversary of the product being sold in Australia.

Paul Newmans Own Salad Dressings

Thanks to Paul Newman’s Own and the Newman’s Own Foundation, this beautiful centerpiece not only adds festive charm to your table but also supports a noble cause. They’re all about making Radically Good Food and doing Radically Good by giving away 100% of their profits to help kids in need.

The Newman’s Own Foundation nourishes and transforms the lives of children who face adversity, with 100% of Profits used to Help Kids. This year they are helping Aussie kids who face serious illness experience the fun and freedom of camp.

You can purchase Paul Newman’s Own at WoolworthsColes and selected independent retailers.

Spread joy, love, and caprese this holiday season!


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • Sliced big red tomatoes
  • Mozzarella balls sliced
  • Thin sliced ribbons of prosciutto
  • Handful of fresh basil leaves
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Paul Newman’s Own balsamic dressing
  • Extra virgin olive oil

Method

  1. Arrange the big tomato and mozzarella slices in a circle on a round platter.
  2. Twirl and place ribbons of prosciutto throughout.
  3. Scatter the roma tomatoes.
  4. Garnish with basil leaves and sprinkle with salt and freshly ground pepper.
  5. Drizzle with Paul Newman's Own Balsamic Salad Dressing and a final little drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.

  • I wish I didn’t see this I’m pregnant and anything with cheese or vinegar I need asap haha. Will have to try when I do groceries next

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  • How festive is this!!

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  • A very clever, seasonal presentation .

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  • This looks amazing and very tasty as well.

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  • It does look super festive with all those Christmassy colours on the plate

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  • I made this for Christmas eve and it was a great success

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  • Wow, this looks lovely and sounds very tasty.

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  • I made this for our Christmas get together – eveyone loved it. It looked so beautiful on the table too.

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  • Lovely ingredients, this would be delicious.

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  • Stop it! This looks so good I was tempted to lick the screen. Making this for sure!

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  • This is so cute!
    Definitely going to plan on making this for Christmas lunch – best thing is it’ll be refreshing!

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  • I love how colourful the salad looks!

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  • Wow! Now that’s a salad I’d love to eat.

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  • By substituting boiled potato instead of the Mozzarella and twisted red onion slices instead of the prosciutto, I have a perfect salad for my vegan friends. Thanks so much for sharing your idea.

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  • Yummmm this is right up my alley! Need to try

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