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Prosciutto, with its amazing savory taste and soft texture, is the perfect thing to add to an appetizer to really boost the flavor and take it to the next level. We love adding this aged Italian ham to finger foods because it pairs so well with wine and cocktails, so you can eat it with anything.
These 12 delicious and elegant appetizers have prosciutto as the star of the show. Since prosciutto is so fully of flavor, a little bit goes a long way, so you can buy one tray of prosciutto and pair it with many different ingredients – like pears, asparagus, and melon – to make the perfect pairing.
These Flatbread Appetizers have a blend of flavors that is unique and delicious. Quick and easy to put together, you’ll pull it out of the oven in minutes, cut into appetizer-sized pieces, and have everyone asking for more.
Sweet pears, creamy & tangy goat cheese topped with salty prosciutto and sweet honey – these Pear, Prosciutto, Goat cheese & Honey tarts are a wonderfully quick and easy appetizer idea using puff pastry. Perfect for parties, gatherings and holiday entertaining!
Prosciutto wrapped prawns are the perfect savoury bite for entertaining, this appetizer is served with pesto and comes together in minutes.
Questions About Prosciutto
What does Prosciutto taste like?
Prosciutto has an amazing savory taste and soft texture. It ranges from light pink to brownish-red in color and is super flavorful with a slightly sweet and salty taste.
Is Prosciutto eaten raw?
Yes. Prosciutto is uncooked and dry-cured, making it safe to eat.
What is the difference between Prosciutto and ham?
They are both from the leg of a pig. Prosciutto is uncooked, cured ham. Ham can be smoked and cooked.
Prosciutto adds an amazing boost of flavor to your appetizer line-up. Try one of these savory appetizers to wow your party crowd. They will all be asking for your recipes.
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