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Easy and the family loved it. Used half and half, instead of cream. Great use leftover ham from Xmas or Easter.

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nicoleingermantown February 08, 2009

This dish was really simple to make and the finished product looked like a gourmet version of macaroni and cheese. I enjoyed the recipe, however, I found it too salty for my tastes, which may be due to the type of prosciutto that I used, or perhaps that I am not used to eating prosciutto. Either way, I might try it once more, using proscuitto from my italian grocer. Thanks! Updated: I often go back to this recipe and use capicollo ham, it's wonderful and so quick. Wonderful flavour with such little effort!

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Miska October 15, 2007

Shoot, just realized when I looked at the recipe again I forget the cayenne pepper. Even without it though it turned out amazing. I loved it. Thanks.

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ALH August 21, 2007

I couldn't believe that such a delicious blend of flavors came from so little effort. I added a shallot to the ham and used half and half instead of heavy cream. I may have used a bit more than the recipe called for...I didn't convert from metric and had to do it quickly in my head!!! Thanks, Sylvie!

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m0m March 22, 2005

This is a wonderful pasta dish! Quick and easy. We loved the sauce. I used prosciutto (and I threw in some green peas just because I had some on hand but it certainly isn't necessary.) Sylvs, this is a great dish and I thank you for sharing it. :)

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Merlot September 23, 2004
Penne Alla Panna