This delicious Pear and Prosciutto Salad recipe pairs together sweet pears with salty prosciutto to create a salad you’ll want to make all fall and winter long.
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When the weather is warm, salads get lots of attention. They are great when you want a light meal without heating up your kitchen.
But, once fall and winter start to roll around, they tend to take a back seat to the more filling and comforting dishes of the cooler months. This salad won’t have you doing that. You’ll want to make this all fall and winter.
This Pear and Prosciutto Salad recipe pairs together sweet pears with salty prosciutto is a match made in culinary heaven. Adding them to a salad along with clementines and feta or blue cheese, make it even it even more divine. It’s a simple lunch for every day or even nice enough for a dinner salad. Read on for how to make this in your own kitchen.
The first step is to cut a pear into slices. You’ll probably get about 6-8 slices out of one pear, which is perfect for one salad. Then, wrap a thin slice of prosciutto di Parma around each pear slice.
Place some brown sugar in a bowl and press the brown sugar into the prosciutto wrapped pears.
Cook the prosciutto wrapped pears in a grill pan, over medium-high heat until the prosciutto becomes slightly crispy.
Note: if you prefer, you don’t have to cook the prosciutto wrapped pears. Prosciutto di Parma is a cured meat and doesn’t have to be cooked before eating.
To assemble the salad, take a large plate and add a bed of spring mix. Next, top the spring mix with the sliced red onions, raisins, and clementine slices. Lastly, top with the prosciutto wrapped pear slices and feta cheese.
Easy Pear and Prosciutto Salad Recipe
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