1. Spread the spinach out on a large plate.

2. Cut the tomatoes into 3-4mm slices and arrange these on top of the leaves.

3. Place the ball of cheese in the centre, break the sausage into little pieces and distribute amongst the tomatoes. Pick the basil leaves and place on top.

4. Drizzle the salad with olive oil & balsamic vinegar. Season and enjoy. (Nduja is quite salty, so watch your seasoning).

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Tomato, Mozzarella & Nduja Salad

SERVES:

4 as a starter, 2 for lunch

80g baby spinach

 

1 ball of buffalo mozzarella or burrata

 

25g basil

 

4 large heritage or beef tomatoes (the juicier, the better)

 

3 5mm slices nduja sausage 

Serve with:

Olive Oil

Balsamic Vinegar

Note: You can get nduja from a specialist Italian deli and buy the whole sausage, rather than the paste. You will only use a little - it keeps well for several weeks in the fridge and can be used in all manner of recipes.

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Tomato, Mozzarella & Nduja Salad