This warm gouda appetizer is wrapped in prosciutto and then puff pastry and baked until gooey. Serve the warm cheese topped with pear compote and toasted walnuts for edible bliss.
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.
This is about to be the ultimate Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich, elevated with delicious prosciutto.
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.
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.
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.
How much do you know about Italian prosciutto? Brush up on the facts and learn the differences between Prosciutto Cotto and Prosciutto Crudo.
A creamy, rich and decadent mascarpone risotto with peas, mint and prosciutto served with a glass of rosé from Beaujolais.
Looking for an easy but elegant breakfast in bed recipe for Mother’s Day that’s perfect for little hands to make? Try this prosciutto, brie and apricot preserves on a toasty baguette.
Mother’s Day brunch deserves a special treat. This Apricot Prosciutto Strata is an irresistible combination of salty ham, sweet apricot preserves and rich custard soaked bread.
This Prosciutto & Arugula Eggs Benedict is a sophisticated, Italian twist on the original! Salty prosciutto and peppery, fresh arugula complement the classic poached egg and buttery hollandaise sauce.
Mix the sweetness of cantaloupe with melted mozzarella and Prosciutto for these crostinis. To add a touch of tartness drizzle on your favorite vinegar.
Easy? Check. Impressive? If I do say so. Let this fun oyster recipe with herb butter and prosciutto be your next party trick.
Take time to relax this holiday season with friends, family, these prosciutto, apple and sage crostini and a glass of wine.
Smoked prosciutto apple bites with Parmesan and basil are an easy and delicious appetizer that are perfect to serve warm with glasses wine.
Crespelles, an Italian version of crepes, can be filled with anything. Add prosciutto and provolone, or a garlic and kale salad for a creative “sandwich.”
Take a comforting pasta to a new, uber-tasty level. Sautéed cauliflower and prosciutto make this dish outstanding.
Create an elegant spring dish with asparagus, parmesan, and crispy prosciutto. Brought together with a dry white wine, this is an easy weeknight meal.
Rather than a sweet potato casserole, create this classy sweet potato appetizer with sage and crispy prosciutto. Serve with a lemon aioli for extra flavor.
The final word in Italian comfort food, Pasta with Prosciutto and Green Peas is hearty, delicious and easy to make.
In the Veneto region, prosciutto from Montagnana is less common, but has a delightful sweeter flavor that is perfect served with summer melons.
A perfect bit of summer, this pizza is made on a grilled crust with salty prosciutto, grilled peach slices, arugula, and sweet caramelized onions. Bliss!
Keep your kitchen cool and quickly grill up nectarines outside on the grill. Layer them with burrata cheese, basil, and prosciutto for an easy and delicious summer crostini served with Portuguese white or rosé wines.
Fresh, buttery fava beans are rich on their own, but when served with salty prosciutto and a touch of cream, they skyrocket to a whole new level.
Rich mushrooms, bold cheese, sweet onions and salty prosciutto are melded together with a runny yolk that is perfect to dip a pizza crust into.
The sweet pea and ricotta spread on this crostini contrast perfectly with the salty, crisp prosciutto.
Grilled Fig and Prosciutto Pizza is the perfect way to entertain a crowd. Sweet, salty and smokey all at the same time. Delicious.
Make pizza dough ahead and you are set for an easy weeknight pizza dinner. These fresh toppings can be mixed and matched to express spring your favorite way.
The classic breakfast dish takes on a new cuisine with a parmesan hollandaise and prosciutto di Parma served on ciabatta.
A simple, beautiful salad can make a cold day feel bright. Roast winter tomatoes to give them great flavor and serve with prosciutto and pecorino cheese.
Grab some frozen blueberries and make this earthy bourbon cocktail with a tangy shrub and prosciutto garnish. Perfect for a holiday party.
Roasted tomatoes bring bright, bold summer sweetness to the toasted Italian bruschetta with arugula, balsamic, and a Tuscan white bean spread.
Don’t turn on the oven this summer, make this homemade prosciutto pizza with dough cooked on the grill and topped with tomatoes, arugula and white balsamic.
A perfect comfort food that is still refreshing enough for spring. Rich, nutty brown butter sauce brightened by fresh asparagus.
A buttery cayenne crust wraps a savory tart filled with greens, mustard, and cheese.
A dish of beautiful textures with silky scallops, the crispy prosciutto and asparagus, and the pleasant chewiness that comes from the fresh spelt pasta.
Medjool dates are stuffed with goat cheese, pecans, and thyme and then wrapped in a salty piece of prosciutto for a balanced bite.
When faced with a bunch of parsnips, this is a no-frills, everyday soup perfect for a first course dinner party plus lunch leftovers.
A stunning pizza is a delicious way to end summer. Sweet nectarines, prosciutto and goat cheese drizzled with chili honey and mint for a summer symphony.
Made with leftover potatoes, these waffles are a fancy alternative to a traditional hash. They are a special treat served with a prosciutto relish.
Perfect for spring, grilled sandwiches with ramp pesto, mozzarella, and thin prosciutto. Feature the garlic-y onions between crusty bread while you can.
For an easy but delicious and romantic appetizer, try serving your loved one these Prosciutto di Parma and Spinach Mini Frittatas?
Free of additives and preservatives, only four ingredients go into making this wonderful delicacy: Italian pigs, salt, air and time.
Noah Charney serves up a guide, with tasting notes, to a variety of competitors for the title of best ham slice, knocking on Prosciutto di Parma’s door.
These jalapeño poppers have a gourmet look and but are super simple to put together and easily customizable if you prefer a different cheese.
It’s hard to believe that something this simple can be so amazing, but if you like avocado, please please try this. It might just blow your mind.
Italian culinary tastes step up to a challenge. On April 18, the New York Stock Exchange hosted a charity event for Working on a Dream.
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Riccardo Costa once again ventures into the world of Italian food in NYC. This time, he visits Felice 83 on the Upper East Side.
A show-stopping salad featuring luscious figs and prosciutto ham.
Emiko Davies recounts the ultimate celebration of a traditional Tuscan family ritual: slaughtering a pig.
A healthy and seasonal salad ready in no time. No cooking involved.
Crunchy Roasted Potatoes with Prosciutto are perfect to bring to the next Holiday Party. Tasty, simple to make, pretty and transportable.
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