Contributed by: NAPSA
Discovering Grana Padano, Italian Cheese At Its Best (NAPSA) - As more Americans discover the delights of home cooking and entertaining, the popularity of high-quality imported food products is rising. One item enjoying growing esteem in the United States is Grana Padano, the world's best-selling "Protected Designation of Origin" (P.D.O.) cheese.
Made with semiskimmed milk, Grana Padano is a light yet nutritious cheese and an excellent source of protein, key minerals such as calcium, magnesium, copper and zinc, and vitamins such as A, B and E.
When buying Grana Padano, consumers should look for its diamond-shaped trademark on the rind of the cheese wheel, and a yellow, diamond-shaped logo on packaging of wedges and grated cheese. This mark, together with the European Union logo, designates the cheese as an authentic P.D.O. cheese, which means that its production and promotion are closely regulated by the methods and standards of a consortium of producers to ensure the utmost quality.
For more information, visit www.granapadano.com.
Boil garganelli in salt water according to package directions.
Saute garlic and onion with olive oil in large skillet.
Add zucchini, prosciutto, paprika, salt and vegetable broth. Cook gently on medium heat.
Drain pasta when al dente. Add to zucchini mixture. Saute on high heat and blend well.
Garnish pasta with sprinkling of parsley and Grana Padano.
Serving Size: Makes 4 Servings
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