I really wanted to love this recipe, as it got so many good hits... but it just didn't do anything for me. I first tried it in a salad, then finished the last of the prosciutto on a focaccia bread. I felt the wonderful taste of the prosciutto got lost in the salad and then on the bread. Sorry, but I won't be doing this one again!!
Used this recipe for the prosciutto in Maggiano's Little Italy House Salad. Great salad.
This recipe was recommended by Chef #486725. We baked it for 15 minutes and it went fantastic with Broccoli Bacon Salad. This recipe turns ordinary bacon bits to something a lot more upscale. Thanks for sharing the recipe! :)
My slices were crispy after maybe 18-20 minutes. The taste is wonderful like that. DH told me that it tastes like bacon and it's true. Delicious. Made for Alphabet tag.
WOW! This is terrific. So much less hassle than using a fry pan. A real eye opener for those who haven't had prosciutto crispy before - it takes on a whole new texture. I created Fig and Crispy Prosciutto Salad to use this on. I would also love to try it next time I make Jen's Weeknight Tortellini With Arugula & Crispy Prosciutto again. I baked these a little bit longer as well. Absolutely delicious!
So easy and quick. Mine took a bit longer to cook but my prosciutto wasn't exactly paper-thin. It's delicious too. I found myself taking a taste every time I walked by the little bowl in the kitchen, enjoying the crisyness and saltiness, then suddenly, without warning, it was all gone! Has my highest recommendation.
I HATE frying prosciutto and could kiss you for giving me away around it! I used this with "Maggiano Salad" and it turned out fabulous! Thanks for sharing a great idea!
What a great idea! We usually fry our prosciutto up before using it til its crisp and this is just another great way to do it. We used it on Romaine With Garlic Anchovy Vinaigrette tonight with some parmesan as well and it was EXCELLENT!