Definition of prosciutto
prosciuttiplay \-(ˌ)tē\ or
: dry-cured salted Italian ham usually sliced thin
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The creamy cousin of mozzarella is irresistible at room temp, served here straight outta Campania, atop a forest of prosciutto, which was salty and thinly sliced.
Cow kielbasa meatloaf shank corned beef prosciutto andouille meatball jowl.
Available at both locations, Searsucker’s duck fat fries are topped with prosciutto dust and served with chipotle ketchup.
As for Roš’s menu, the six- or 11-course dinner changes every month, recently including a bone marrow ravioli with sheep cottage cheese and prosciutto broth; beef tongue with celeriac and scallops; and a Soča River trout with summer salad.
At lunch at Valentino, a venerable restaurant in the village of Pescaglia, waitresses brought out sausage, prosciutto, bowls of fresh tortellini.
There is light fare like a caprese salad with prosciutto ($12).
While prosciutto isn’t exactly the healthiest burger topping in existence, a little goes a long way—just a slice for each burger will do.
While prosciutto isn’t exactly the healthiest burger topping in existence, a little goes a long way—
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