A quick and easy hors de ouevre made by wrapping a piece of thinly sliced prosciutto around a piece of gorgonzola cheese, fresh arugula, currants and pine nuts. Then toast briefly in a toaster oven (making sure it doesn't burn!) and then serve at your next party or gathering.
You like prosciutto? You like chicken? well get down on some prosciutto chicken action with Rachel and Chef Will. Watch this cooking how to video as the Two Minute Chefs show you how to cook up this prosciutto chicken recipe. The ingredients you will need for this dish are: ch ...more
Make spinach salad with a fresh orange vinaigrette and crumbled prosciutto. Follow along as Giada de Laurentiis shows you the proper way to prepare, dress, and toss this spinach and prosciutto salad. This cooking how-to video is part of Everyday Italian show hosted by Giada De ...more
Prosciutto bits have a milder flavor than bacon. It is also leaner as it comes from the leg of the pig.
Watch Chef Tony Miller walks us through a new dish at Latitude 41: Prosciutto Wrapped Tuna with Tuscan White Beans.
One of my favorite summer time food moments is that first perfectly sweet, ripe and juicy melon, wrapped with a thin slice of Prosciutto. This recipe is inspired by that same combination, only this time the cold sweet melon is being replaced by hot sweet prawns.
The Kitchen Guy's Chicken A La Romana dish is just the warm dinner you need to get you through the week. Chicken A La Romana is fun to prepare and a bit of indulgence after a hard day's work. Watch and learn how make this delicious dish of chicken, cheese, prosciutto and a cre ...more
This classic dish is traditionally made with veal, but not today. Pork and prosciutto make a perfect pairing for this recipe from UKTV Food's New British Kitchen. Watch and learn how to cook pork wrapped in prosciutto.
Pasta topped with fresh cheese and veggies is one of the healthiest and most delightful complements to summer dishes. We can imagine chowing down on this pasta topped with crisp prosciutto, peas, and fresh greens out on the balcony of our beach house (this IS a fantasy after a ...more
Learn how to sear scallops with sauteed mushrooms and crispy prosciutto by watching this video.
Sink your teeth into some dry-cured ham— prosciutto. But that's not all— this prosciutto is just the outer layer of some delicious tuna with queso fresco and basil stuffing, topped with Poe-Co Loco Seasoning and chile corn purée. Brian Poe of Poe's Kitchen at the Rattlesnake, ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make prosciutto eggplant calzone with Guy Fiore. First, take dough and work it out on a flat floured surface. Then, mix the pine nuts with the cheese mixture, and cut up your prosciutto. Add on the eggplant and other ingredients into the cente ...more
Whether it's college football, the NFL, basketball, soccer, or baseball, sporting events are prime opportunities to entertain. No matter what the sport, food that's easy to eat is a must. Your guests should be able to mingle, eat, and talk trash... all at the same time! So a m ...more
It's never too early to start planning for the best holiday of the year, right? We've already shown you how to make chillingly creepy cocktails, shrunken heads out of apples and potatoes, and a slew of DIY costumes, whether you want to go as Groot or an emoji. Now it's time to ...more
A salad can mean everything from fruit to meat and everything in-between, but it never means finger food. Forks are required. So that means that even though salads are versatile, delicious, and customizable, they are hell at cocktail parties. How do you hold your glass and tak ...more
Interested in starting in on the journey of smoked meats? Smoking meat is a slow, but delectibly beneficial process for meats and in this video learn how to save money on expensive smokers & cookers by making your own. This smoker was made with a plasma cutter, arc welder and ...more
Okay, so you've read our guide on how to make the perfect poached egg. Maybe you've also read our tutorials on making great hard-boiled eggs and even scrambled hard-boiled eggs. Now comes the question: what's next? Well, it's time to look at what accompanies the egg. You can' ...more
In my opinion, biscuits made from scratch (American biscuits, that is, not the British kind) are just flat out amazing, but I'm typically too lazy to actually make them. That's why I always have a can/tube of refrigerated biscuits on hand. They're not only good for quick biscu ...more
We've heard of putting French fries on a slice of cheese pizza; after all, two fast-food favorites together are almost always better than one by itself. But French fries used as the crust of a pizza in lieu of traditional dough? That's an entirely different ball game. Don't Mi ...more
There seems to be a nearly cult-like craze surrounding those glasses filled with summery, pink-hued rosé wine. From picnics in the park to long days spent on the beach, rosé wine offers light, warm-weather refreshment to its lucky imbiber. With these 10 fun facts about this e ...more
You knew that the food you eat gives you energy, but did you know it can actually power a thermal lance with enough heat to burn through steel? A thermal lance, as in, the tool used to demolish buildings and bridges. Theodore Gray set out to create one entirely out of bacon, ...more
When we think of pickling, we usually think of using veggies like cucumbers, carrots, and peppers. However, with summer upon us, we found ourselves thinking about fancy pickled berries as a novel way to use all those gorgeous gems that are popping up at the market. We did a l ...more
Believe it or not, you can put your money to use very efficiently in a new way: your credit or debit card can serve as a blade in desperate situations. (It might even be handier than dental floss as a brilliant substitution for specialized kitchen tools.) While I wouldn't take ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make pan tumaca. First, grab a thick crusted bread and slice it into a few pieces, then place it in the toaster. Next, cut a tomato in half, then use a cheese grater to grate the tomato. You will get down to the skin of the tomato, but have a ...more
Summer is a sensational time for barbecues of all sorts, and sausages always seem to be in the limelight. From backyards to ball parks and picnic tables, crafting the best barbecued sausage is an art well worth mastering. Don't Miss: 14 Hacks You Need to Know for Grilling Se ...more
Rice is one of those incredibly versatile pantry essentials that you can make in bulk and then freeze for later use in a quick meal during the week. It keeps well in the fridge and freezer, and there are an endless number of ways that it can be used once thawed—from rice bowls ...more
Preheat oven to 170¬8C. Brush a 2.5L (10-cup) capacity ovenproof dish with melted butter to lightly grease. Combine the cream and milk in a saucepan over low heat and cook, stirring occasionally, for 2 minutes or until heated through. Arrange half the potato slices over the b ...more
Demonstrating the technique of making Italian stuffed breads such as; spinach o'rourke and prosciutto o'rourke.
Forget about regular pizza, try this pizza gana, an Italian specialty, which is made once a year during Easter. But that doesn't mean you can't cheat and make it whenever you want, because this pizza gana, this meat pie, is sure worth making whenever you want. Hand-made dough ...more
For a Mother's Day meal try this easy-to-make cheese sandwich egg souffle. Our host got her recipe from her grandmother, but now she is passing it on to you. Try cooking up this recipe for cheese sandwich souffle. Ingredients for cheese sandwich souffle: * 8 slices homemade-s ...more
Calling all meat lovers! This tutorial focuses on red meat, more specifically: baby back ribs! You'll find out how to cook the ribs as well as make a delicious looking pasta dish using the following ingredients: -Baby Back Ribs -8 italian Sausages -2 medium onions -1 teaspoon ...more
Finally free to make his "famous" grilled cheese sandwich, Tom quickly realizes there’s a big catch: He has to milk a cow. The cooking novice takes one for the team and is rewarded with taleggio prosciutto grilled cheese sandwich, My favorite grilled cheese sandwich and cream ...more
This is a video tutorial telling you how to prepare artichokes italian-style. The first step is to add olive oil and onion to your pan. Then add four cloves of garlic. Next you will need to stir the ingredients together. Then you can add your mushrooms to your pan. Saute them ...more
Watch this video to learn how to make chicken rollatini. These are chicken rolls stuffed with provolone and prosciutto.
The origin of this classic sandwich is uncertain but legend has it that it comes from the 1930's Conti's Grocery out of Patterson, N.J.. The sandwich got it's name "Submarine" from the Groton Navy Submarine Base in Connecticut. During World War 2, this huge sandwich was fed to ...more
You will need the following: 1/16 large prawns per guest 1/4 lbs thinly sliced prosciutto 1 bundle fresh basil 1/16 lbs garlic butter (1tbs minced garlic to 1/4 lb butter) grind fresh pepper 1 jar prepared chutney 1/16 tbsp hot chili flakes in oil (in Asian section). Cl ...more
These snacks are great for parties or game days. Slice a pork cutlet very thin, and use prosciutto as well. Add sauteed onions, parsley, roasted tomatoes, Parmesan cheese and freshly chopped garlic. Then roll it all together and hold it with a toothpick. Make spicy pork rolls ...more
This video is about making ricotta meatballs. Instructions: 1. In a large bowl, add the pork, Italian sausage, prosciutto or pancetta, bread cubes, parsley, oregano, fennel, red pepper flakes, and salt. Use your hands to mix until the ingredients are evenly distributed. Do not ...more
This instructional video from Cooking for Bimbos shows step-by-step instructions on how to make an interesting hors d'oeuvres with melon and prosciutto. She has prepared long slices of fresh cantaloupe and long thin slices of prosciutto ham. She demonstrates how to take a slic ...more
This video describes how to make an asparagus dish. First, a frying pan is put on the stove over medium high heat. Secondly, olive oil is added to the pan. Next, pieces of prosciutto ham; the speaker suggests that other types of ham will do just fine in this dish. After a coup ...more