Over at Jun-Blog we’ve read an amazing recipe for Grilled Asparagus with Prosciutto, Fried Bread, Poached Egg, and Aged Balsamic Vinegar. If you don’t know how to poach an egg, make fried bread or grill asparagus, you can find manuals for this in the article.
What a delicious combination for a spring dish! Best served on a sunny terrace with a light breeze and a wonderful view!
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SpittySup recently published the perfect 30-minute meal. This classic dish from Venice is a great way to herald the spring. The crispy and bake dried ham added when serving finish it off completely. Risi e bisi (rice and peas) is fun, mediterranean first course, but it serves just as good as a good solid snack to refuel your energy levels.
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Not So Humble Pie is a fun blog from a lady in Seattle with a weakness for good food. One of her recent posts contains a recipe for delicious linguine with Mascarpone & Prosciutto. Easy to make and great to cook for someone! For this dish you’ll need to get your dried ham in thicker slices though, because you need to chop it up in little cubes.
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Over at Kitchenella, it’s mostly the travelling adventures that seem to decide what’s on the menu. The inspiration for this particular recipe was found during a stay at the Amalfi coast in Italy. Long story short: you really should try to make these roasted Italian paninis with mozarella cheese, peppers, basil and dried ham! Simple ingredients for an impressive result!
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