4 Reviews

Either buy pre-sliced prosciutto (Boars Head or Daniele), or ask the deli guy to slice it a little bit thicker than usual, and these will be easier to make. I love the combination of ham and arugula. So easy, but it tastes like you spent hours. You can also wrap asparagus with prosciutto. Thanks for the recipe.

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TuscanFoodie December 11, 2015

Pretty and yummy! I used spring mix for the greens and six Italian cheese blend instead of Parmesan to reduce the salty flavor. The greens and the pink color of the prosciutto made the dish very presentable. Thanks for the recipe.

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SharonChen November 07, 2015

I made this for a quick and easy starter and it turned out great. Simple but elegant in flavor. Will make again!

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bittersweetspice November 25, 2011

I needed to bring a cold appetizer to a holiday gathering and decided to give these a whirl. I had some difficulty separating the prosciutto slices (they were very thin) without tearing them, but managed to do some piece work. They weren't quite as lovely as the photo, but the taste was absolutely fabulous. The tang of the vinagrette was set off very nicely by the salty prosciutto. I subbed baby greens for the mesclun or arugula, and will do that in the future. The red of the radicchio added some nice color. The final verdict was rave reviews all around. Thanks for posting, VFP!

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sandrasothere December 14, 2005
Prosciutto-wrapped Greens