Cookbook Club Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus Recipe

Cookbook Club Asparagus RecipeI needed a great recipe for an upcoming party that could be made up ahead of time but could also, because of travel time, be served at room temperature.  Not always an easy find…

Well this cookbook club cook found just the right dish in Chef John’s “Food Wishes”!

No need for a list of ingredients, there are only two!  No need to worry about serving implements… the guests use their fingers!  What a wonder appetizer for a party, a picnic, or any other fun event that gathers friends that enjoy food!

Give this fun and easy video a watch… and ENJOY!!  

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2 Responses to “Cookbook Club Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus Recipe”

  1. Daniel says:

    Hi, thanks for the recipe. Isn’t asparagus great. One of my favorite asparagus recipes is from 1919. Maybe you will like it too.

    Recipe For Cooking Asparagus Baked With Cheese

    1 bunch of asparagus. 1 cup of asparagus stock. 3 tablespoonfuls of butter. 1/2 cup of cream. 3 tablespoonfuls of flour. The yolks of two eggs. 1/4 teaspoonful of salt. Grated Parmesan cheese. 1 cup of white stock or Buttered cracker crumbs.

    Scrape the scales from the stalks, wash and tie the asparagus in a bunch. Cook in boiling salted water until nearly tender and drain carefully. Make a sauce of the butter, flour, seasoning, stock, and cream; add the yolks and two tablespoonfuls of cheese. Stir the sauce until the cheese melts, but do not let it boil. Put the asparagus and sauce into a buttered oval baking dish in layers, having the asparagus tips at one end of the dish and covering only two thirds the length of the stalks with sauce. Sprinkle each layer of sauce with cheese, having the last layer sauce. Cover with buttered cracker crumbs and set the dish in the oven long enough to brown the crumbs. The ends of the stalks being uncovered avail in serving the dish to advantage. The tender portions of the asparagus, cut in half inch lengths before cooking, may be used instead of the whole stalks.

    Read more: http://youronlinebookshelf.com/food/recipes/Practical-Cooking-And-Serving/Recipe-For-Cooking-Asparagus-Baked-With-Cheese.html#ixzz1kLbAVHQP

  2. Verdell Fountain says:

    really want to know if you would suggest any other vegetable Icould use instead of asparagus with prosciutto it would be nice to know because other family member don’t eat asparagus thank you!

    from Ms. Verdell Fountain
    Thank you!!!

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