5 Delicious Things to Make with Prosciutto di Parma

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Let’s be real, we don’t need a ton of encouragement to eat Prosciutto di Parma, we’d eat it right of the package just fine. But if you’re looking for some inspiration or a beautifully composed dish, read on for five delicious recipes.

5 Delicious Things to Make with Prosciutto di Parma

Sprigs in a Blanket
Think of pigs in a blanket, only gluten free and so delicious. These sprigs in a blanket are veggies wrapped in prosciutto di parma and served with a sun-dried tomato pesto. See the recipe.

5 Delicious Things to Make with Prosciutto di Parma

Prosciutto Salad and a Rosemary Vinaigrette
Dig into this autumn salad made hearty for the season with prosciutto, gorgonzola, pecans and pomegranate tossed in a rosemary vinaigrette. See the recipe.

5 Delicious Things to Make with Prosciutto di Parma

Prosciutto-Wrapped Radicchio and Balsamic Fig Sauce
Bring some beautiful purple hues to the table with this side dish of prosciutto-wrapped radicchio served with a balsamic fig reductions. It’s sweet, salty and just a touch bitter from the radicchio. The perfect flavor combo. See the recipe.

5 Delicious Things to Make with Prosciutto di Parma

Cranberry, Brie and Prosciutto Turkey Sandwich
Endless Thanksgiving leftovers can seem intimidating and even boring, but this prosciutto sandwich is the answer to all your cravings. The moist and savory Prosciutto di Parma enhances that (maybe dry) leftover holiday turkey, while creamy brie and tart cranberry sauce give it the ideal flavors to make it the ultimate comfort food after endless family dinners. See the recipe.

5 Delicious Things to Make with Prosciutto di Parma

Apple, Brie and Prosciutto Crostini
These Apple, Brie and Prosciutto Crostini are the perfect holiday appetizer. They’re perfectly balanced – salty, sweet, creamy, and crunchy and so easy to make, even if you have to make a whole slew of them to feed a crowd. See the recipe.

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