Try This Easy, Delicious Prosciutto & Brie Tartine with Baby Arugula & Strawberry Puree

Today I’m turning a favorite sandwich into a easy and delicious prosciutto and brie tartine … with arugula and homemade strawberry puree!

It’s Tartine Tuesday!

I’m joining my friend Annie of Most Lovely Things to create an easy and delicious tartine.

When Annie invited to me join her Tartine Tuesday series I said yes right away.

Ooh la la!

Then panic set in.

What’s a tartine and how do I make one?

Turns out tartine is just a French term for open faced sandwich.

So I reimagined a favorite sandwich recipe into a tartine.

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Tartine s on breadboard.

Nancy Fuller’s Honey Glazed Ham Sandwich has been a family favorite for years.

I make it for picnics, road trips and … whenever the mood strikes.

Reimagining it as a Tartine is easy … and so so good.

Here’s what I did ~

Start off with a good bread.

I couldn’t decide and bought three freshly made Acme Bread loaves.

The Sour Batard won out, although all three worked beautifully.

Acme Bread loaf.

In addition to the bread you’ll need …

Strawberry Puree (recipe follows)

Sliced Prosciutto

(thinly sliced honey ham or Serrano ham are great options as well)


Baby Arugula

Ingredients to make prosciutto and brie tartine.

To make the strawberry puree, blend together 4 cups of hulled and halved strawberries,

1/4 cup sugar and 1 tsp fresh squeezed lemon juice.

Pour the puree into a squeeze bottle (use a funnel) and refrigerate.

This makes a good amount of puree which you can also use over ice cream, cheesecake, etc.

Here’s the tartine recipe ~

Prosciutto & Brie Tartine with Arugula & Strawberry Puree

A delightful summer lunch or snack.
5 from 3 votes
Servings 4


  • 4 slices good bread like Sweet Batard, Rustic Sour, Pain Au Levain
  • Strawberry Puree
  • Brie cheese Bring to room temperature so cheese is spreadable
  • Baby arugula
  • Strawberry Puree to drizzle over top


  • Toast the bread.
  • Speed each slice with a generous amount of strawberry puree. Substitution: strawberry jam.
  • Spread brie over bread.
  • Layer on slices of prosciutto.
  • Top with baby arugula.
  • Drizzle with strawberry puree.

Tartine’s make a wonderful light lunch or snack.

I pulled out my mini-charcuterie boards for a fun presentation.

See my ideas for individual, mini charcuterie here.

My boards are from Target.

A few more cute options here, here and here.

Tartines on bread boards.

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So there you have it.

An easy and delicious prosciutto and brie tartine.

Tartine and salad on bread board next to small glass of wine.

What do you think … will you give it a try?

Or reimagine your own favorite sandwich as a tartine!

Now let’s visit Annie to see what fabulous tartine creation she’s made for us today!


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As always, I appreciate your visit and welcome your thoughts in the comments below.

I’ll see you Saturday when I join Kim and Elizabeth for our weekend inspirations.

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Until then, cheers from Snowberry!

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  • 5 stars
    I love that you made your favorite sandwich into a tartine! It wasn’t until I read the recipe that I realized the red drizzled sauce is actually a strawberry puree! Yum! I cannot wait to try this!

  • 5 stars
    Juliet this looks like the perfect summer appetizer! I love that idea of the strawberries with the salty prosciutto!

    • Strawberries are a surprisingly great addition to the original sandwich and the tartine. And they’re so plentiful this time of year! xo

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