Pear and Prosciutto Di Parma Salad

Pear and Prosciutto Di Parma Salad created by Mrs Goodall

This makes a lovely light lunch or a great starter salad for a classic Italian dinner!

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  • In small dishes, place egg whites and bread crumbs.
  • In a large skillet over medium high heat, melt butter.
  • Dip goat cheese slices first in the egg whites, second in the bread crumbs.
  • Cook coated goat cheese in the hot butter until just golden, around 30 seconds for each side.
  • Remove and set aside.
  • In a small bowl whisk together all the ingredients from orange juice to the pepper.
  • On each of 4 salad plates, arrange 3 lettuce leaves.
  • Place 2 pear fans on each plate.
  • Place/tuck 3 slices of Prosciutto on each plate.
  • Center the goat cheese rounds, dividing evenly.
  • Drizzle with vinaigrette and sprinkle with walnuts.
  • Serve.
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  1. Mrs Goodall
    Pear and Prosciutto Di Parma Salad Created by Mrs Goodall
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    Pear and Prosciutto Di Parma Salad Created by Mrs Goodall
  3. Mrs Goodall
    Absolutely loved this salad. The dressing was great!! The goat cheese is so good, and I'll use that way of coating the goat cheese for other salads as well! I think the nuts are a must and add a lovely depth to the salad. Thanks Dib's! Made for Culinary Quest FP 2014!
  4. CIndytc
    Boy what a great, fancy salad this turned out to be...We especially liked the dressing...the fried goat cheese with the pears was so yummy...I will be making this again and again...
  5. sugarpea
    Great salad! My favorite part is the perfectly flavored dressing. No, I thoroughly enjoyed the sweet smoothness of the pears with the crunch of the lettuce. Oh, but those wonderful little morsels of crusty, seasoned goat cheese! The ham and the toasted walnuts-so addictive. I loved EVERY part of this beautifully presented salad and highly recommend it. Only change I made was to saute the goat cheese in olive oil rather than butter.
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