Prosciutto and Fruit

Preparation info
  • Serves

    4 to 6

    • Difficulty


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By David Tanis

Published 2013

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Because so many mediocre versions of prosciutto and melon are served in restaurants, many people may consider the pairing trite, passé, or just uninteresting. In fact, when the melon is perfectly ripe and the prosciutto is good, their classic salty-and-sweet combination can be heavenly. For that matter, there is a lot to be said for eating prosciutto with fruit throughout the year, using whatever fruit happens to be at its peak: apricot, cherry, melon, nectarine, peach, grape, fig, pear, ap