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Prosciutto Cups

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 12
  • Easy

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There isn’t an appetizer in the world that can match up to the richness and dancing flavor of Prosciutto Cups. These appetizers come loaded with the deliciousness of sweet and salty ingredients that make you experience a whole new umami experience in your starter dish.

The cups are super easy to make and are similarly delicious to munch on. These festive green and red little bites can come together in a matter of minutes, without cutting down on the flavors and textures. The crispy and salty prosciuttos are balanced through the taste of the fresh mozzarella balls. While grape tomatoes and spinach create a nice texture, a touch of honey adds just what you need into this healthy appetizer.

Health Benefits

Prosciutto cups are a great source of protein. They come with a lot of other minerals that make them healthy and delicious. The sodium content in the dish is also high, which complements the presence of minerals such as phosphorous and selenium.

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How to Make Prosciutto Cups

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Mix together the garlic, ricotta cheese and spinach in a medium bowl. Blend together the mixture well and set it aside.
  3. Place strips of prosciutto in mini muffin cups, in a way that they line the bottom, but there is still some meat hanging out across the sides. Make sure that it resembles a flower.
  4. Fill every cup about 1 and a half table spoon of the previous cheese mixture, so that it is rounded on the top.
  5. Bake the cups for around 10 to 15 minutes, until your cup and the prosciutto has turned brown.
  6. The cups should retain their shape after being removed from the pan. Serve them warm, but not hot.

Trivia

Prosciutto is basically dry-cured and thinly sliced ham from Italy. The ingredient finds its space in history, where it was used to eat along with vegetables and other items of its sort. It is often served as an antipasto in Italian cuisine and many people even use it as a wrap around veal or steak.

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