Prosciutto bruschettas are a tasty appetizer perfect for breakfast. The ingredient that adds flavor to the recipe is the lightly salted parmesan, which should not be missing.
Prosciutto is a dried hardened Italian ham, which is usually sliced thin and served raw. For this reason, in Italian, it is called prosciutto crudo.
Prosciutto is made from the leg or thigh of pork or wild boar, and the basic term prosciutto refers specifically to this product. To make a good product, the process of preparing prosciutto can take from nine months to two years, depending on the size of the piece of meat.
- fresh bread
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 2 tomatoes
- thinly sliced parmesan
- Slice the breadstick and toast it on a baking tray until golden brown
- Meanwhile, cut the tomatoes into cubes and chop the basil and set aside with a little olive oil
- They don't need salt because the prosciutto is salty, as is the parmesan
- We take out the slices of bread and season them with garlic, and we put the mixture of tomatoes, basil, and oil on top
- Over the slices of bread with tomatoes, add a slice of prosciutto and parmesan