The Italian culinary temptation, known as prosciutto, is usually added to salads and sandwiches.
Prosciutto rolls with fresh feta cheese are delicious and easy to make. You will need 10 transparently thin slices of prosciutto, 7 oz fresh feta cheese, a mixture of equal parts white, black and pink pepper.
Cut the cheese into 10 slices. At one end of each prosciutto slice, place a piece of feta cheese, sprinkle on some of the mixed pepper blend and wind the prosciutto into a tight roll. Instead of fresh feta cheese, you can use cream cheese or mozzarella, which to wrap in the prosciutto.
Brie cheese with pesto and prosciutto is also a refined and scrumptious hors d'oeuvre. You need 4.5 oz Brie cheese, ready-made pesto sauce to taste, 4 slices of prosciutto, 4 tablespoons dried tomatoes. Once you prepare it, serve with slices of homemade bread.
Cut the cheese into 4 pieces. Smear each one with pesto sauce on all sides and place a slice of prosciutto on top. Bake at 300°F (150 °C) for about 15 min.
Puff pastry rolls with prosciutto are also excellent and quick to prepare. You'll need 1 sheet of puff pastry, 9 oz prosciutto, 1 egg, 1/2 cup honey mustard, 1/2 cup grated parmesan. Smear the honey mustard on the sheet.
Sprinkle generously with the grated parmesan and distribute the prosciutto on top. Wrap the puff pastry into a roll, starting from both ends and rolling toward the middle. On top, smear on the egg beaten with a little water, and cut it into slices. Then arrange them in an oven dish, sprinkled with a few drops of cold water. Bake until golden at 390°F (200 °C).
Bruschetta with prosciutto and figs can also be made in a jiffy. You will need 1 French baguette, 6 tablespoons olive oil, 6 thin slices of prosciutto, processed cheese to taste, 6 figs.
Cut the baguette in half lengthwise, then cut each half into 3. Sprinkle each piece with olive oil and toast on the grill. Spread processed cheese on each piece, place a slice of prosciutto and halved figs.