Recipe: Prosciutto, Arugula and Parmesan Flatbread
Cured ham is good for the soul, this I am sure of. If you are not wrapping it around melon, asparagus or shoving it by the handfuls into your mouth, then you should give this really easy recipe a try. If the word aroogulla is sending your mind all scatter brained, no worries. This is a fabulous green rich in vitamin C, potassium and along with the rich spicy taste, is considered to be an aphrodisiac.
Ingredients:
1 	 	ball Trader Joe’s Pizza Dough
1/2 	cup 	Parmesan cheese, thinly shaved/sliced
6 	oz Prosciutto
Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
1 	cup Arugula, rinsed and dried
Fresh Ground Pepper
Flour
Instructions:
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
Add flour to a rolling surface such as a cleaned counter or cutting board. Place the ball of dough out and let it sit for about 20 minutes.
Roll out the dough as best you can, trying to keep the surface even and the shape pleasing. When it is thinly rolled out place it on baking sheet or stone. Be sure to poke holes throughout the surface it to eliminate bubbles.

Bake dough for about 15 minutes, till it starts turning a nice golden brown. Remove from oven.
Drizzle dough with olive oil. Line with prosciutto

Add arugula and Parmesan. Finally grind fresh pepper on top and enjoy!

    Recipe: Prosciutto, Arugula and Parmesan Flatbread

    Cured ham is good for the soul, this I am sure of. If you are not wrapping it around melon, asparagus or shoving it by the handfuls into your mouth, then you should give this really easy recipe a try. If the word aroogulla is sending your mind all scatter brained, no worries. This is a fabulous green rich in vitamin C, potassium and along with the rich spicy taste, is considered to be an aphrodisiac.

    Ingredients:

    1 ball Trader Joe’s Pizza Dough

    1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, thinly shaved/sliced

    6 oz Prosciutto

    Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

    1 cup Arugula, rinsed and dried

    Fresh Ground Pepper

    Flour

    Instructions:

    Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

    Add flour to a rolling surface such as a cleaned counter or cutting board. Place the ball of dough out and let it sit for about 20 minutes.

    Roll out the dough as best you can, trying to keep the surface even and the shape pleasing. When it is thinly rolled out place it on baking sheet or stone. Be sure to poke holes throughout the surface it to eliminate bubbles.

    Bake dough for about 15 minutes, till it starts turning a nice golden brown. Remove from oven.

    Drizzle dough with olive oil. Line with prosciutto

    Add arugula and Parmesan. Finally grind fresh pepper on top and enjoy!

    1. melladoree posted this
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