Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe. These prosciutto wrapped spears of asparagus are a delicious side dish to serve at your next spring brunch or perfect as an exquisite dinner party appetizer.





Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe

Mmmm anyone else adore a good prosciutto wrapped asparagus appetizer? I know I sure do! Prosciutto wrapped anything is mighty tasty. Prosciutto is an Italian dry-cured ham and there are many prosciutto wrapped recipes (mostly for dates and asparagus), but for me, the winner is asparagus. The mix of the two is simply delicious.

There are probably a bazillion different recipes for prosciutto wrapped asparagus – the simplest being… prosciutto and asparagus. The differences are in the seasonings, although I have also seen cheese, apples, and phyllo dough recipes. I have seen Prosciutto Asparagus Spears recipes for grilled, boiled, baked, blanched, and steamed asparagus. But for me, this recipe for Prosciutto Asparagus Spears is about as easy as it gets while adding just a touch of extra seasoning.

I hope you enjoy!

Note: this recipe serves two. If you would like more servings (say as a party appetizer or dinner side dish), just multiply the ingredients by the number of servings desired.

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe. These prosciutto wrapped spears of asparagus are a delicious side dish to serve at your next spring brunch or perfect as an exquisite dinner party appetizer.


Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe Ingredients:

• 6 Asparagus Spears (medium sized)
• 6 oz Prosciutto
• 1 TBSP Olive Oil
• 2 TBSP Grated Parmesan Cheese
• ½ TBSP Garlic Powder

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Mise en Place:

Measuring Spoons
• Baking Dish (with sides)

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe. These prosciutto wrapped spears of asparagus are a delicious side dish to serve at your next spring brunch or perfect as an exquisite dinner party appetizer.


Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe Directions:

• Preheat oven to 375º.
• Wrap prosciutto around asparagus spears. This will take approximately 6-8 pieces of prosciutto depending on the size and length of asparagus.
• Pour olive oil in pan and distribute evenly.
• Place wrapped asparagus spears in pan horizontally.
• Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
• Lightly dust with garlic powder.
• Place on the bottom oven rack.

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe. These prosciutto wrapped spears of asparagus are a delicious side dish to serve at your next spring brunch or perfect as an exquisite dinner party appetizer.


• Bake at 375º for 12-15 minutes until parmesan is medium golden brown.


Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe

These prosciutto wrapped spears of asparagus are a delicious side dish to serve at your next spring brunch or perfect as an exquisite dinner party appetizer.

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

6 Asparagus Spears (medium sized)
6 oz Prosciutto
1 TBSP Olive Oil
2 TBSP Grated Parmesan Cheese
½ TBSP Garlic Powder

Directions:

• Preheat oven to 375º.
• Wrap prosciutto around asparagus spears. This will take approximately 6-8 pieces of prosciutto depending on the size and length of asparagus.
• Pour olive oil in pan and distribute evenly.
• Place wrapped asparagus spears in pan horizontally.
• Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
• Lightly dust with garlic powder.
• Place on the bottom oven rack.
• Bake at 375º for 12-15 minutes until parmesan is medium golden brown.

• Makes 2 servings Prosciutto Asparagus Spears

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe. These prosciutto wrapped spears of asparagus are a delicious side dish to serve at your next spring brunch or perfect as an exquisite dinner party appetizer.


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Homemade White Bread Recipe


Homemade White Bread Recipe

There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 30 Minutes
Total Time: 3 Hours

Ingredients:

1 cup Warm Water
1 packet Active-dry Yeast (or 2 teaspoons)
2 TBSP Unsalted Butter, melted and cooled
1 cup Milk
2 TBSP Sugar
1 TBSP Salt
5½ cups All-purpose Flour

Directions:

• Pour warm water into a bowl (the bowl for your stand mixer works well), sprinkle yeast over the warm water (make sure water is not too hot) and let sit for about 5 minutes.
• Add in melted and cooled butter, milk, sugar and salt.
• Add 1 cup of flour and incorporate into the milk mixture. Add the other 4½ cups, 1 cup at a time. The bread dough will start to form. If you are using a stand mixture this is the time to switch to the hook and let it knead the dough for 10 minutes. If you are not using a mixer you can knead the dough by hand.
• If the dough is sticky add more flour one tablespoon at a time. Ideally, your dough will be smooth and will bounce back when poked.
• Oil a large bowl and form the dough into a ball. Cover the dough ball with a towel, and allow it to rest in a warm place, until the dough ball has risen and doubled in size; approximately one hour.
• Once the dough has risen, remove the dough from the warm place and divide the dough into two balls. Allow the separated dough balls to rest for approximately 15 minutes.
• Grease two bread loaf pans and shape each loaf in the loaf pan.
• Allow the dough to rise in the bread loaf pans, covered, for another 1½ hours. The dough should double in size.
• Preheat oven to 375°.
• Using a sharp knife, make a shallow slash down the length of the loaf (do not to cut too deeply into the dough).
• Bake in a 375° oven for 30 minutes, until the white bread is slightly browned (do not overbake!).
• Remove the baked homemade white bread loaves from the pan and allow to cool slightly before slicing.

• Makes 16 servings Homemade White Bread

Homemade White Bread Recipe. There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.





• My great-grandmother (my father’s mother’s mother) was off the boat from Poland. She was a fantastic baker and cook. I remember her baking bread many times when we went to visit her at her home in Ohio (she did not pass away until I was 25! I spent a lot of time on her farm). My great-grandmother’s “warm place” to allow her bread to rise was under the down comforter on her bed!! For some reason I never found that strange, just where she placed her bread to rise. An old country tip!

• Store in a plastic bag at room temperature for a few days or freeze for a few months.

Homemade White Bread Recipe Ingredients:

• 1 cup Warm Water
• 1 packet Active-dry Yeast (or 2 teaspoons)
• 2 TBSP Unsalted Butter, melted and cooled
• 1 cup Milk
• 2 TBSP Sugar
• 1 TBSP Salt
• 5½ cups All-purpose Flour

Homemade White Bread Recipe Mise en Place::

Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Bowl
Stand Mixer (with hook)
• 2 Dish Towels
• 2 Bread Loaf Pans

Homemade White Bread Recipe. There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.


• Pour warm water into a bowl (the bowl for your stand mixer works well), sprinkle yeast over the warm water (make sure water is not too hot) and let sit for about 5 minutes.
• Add in melted and cooled butter, milk, sugar and salt.
• Add 1 cup of flour and incorporate into the milk mixture. Add the other 4½ cups, 1 cup at a time. The bread dough will start to form. If you are using a stand mixture this is the time to switch to the hook and let it knead the dough for 10 minutes. If you are not using a stand mixer you can knead the dough by hand.
• If the dough is sticky add more flour one tablespoon at a time. Ideally, your dough will be smooth and will bounce back when poked.

Homemade White Bread Recipe. There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.


• Oil a large bowl and form the dough into a ball. Cover the dough ball with a towel, and alow it to rest in a warm place, until the dough ball has risen and doubled in size; approximately one hour.
• Once the dough has risen, remove the dough from the warm place and divide the dough into two balls. Allow the separated dough balls to rest for approximately 15 minutes.

Homemade White Bread Recipe. There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.


• Grease two loaf pans and shape each loaf in the bread loaf pan.
• Allow the dough to rise in the bread loaf pans, covered, for another 1½ hours. The dough should double in size.

Homemade White Bread Recipe. There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.


• Preheat oven to 375°.
• Using a sharp knife, make a shallow slash down the length of the loaf (do not to cut too deeply into the dough).
• Bake in a 375° oven for 30 minutes, until the white bread is slightly browned (do not overbake!).

Homemade White Bread Recipe. There is nothing that tastes as good as fresh, warm, homemade bread. Nothing. It is simpler than you think to make homemade white bread. This soft and delicious homemade white bread recipe is great for sandwiches, toast, stuffing or to eat alone.


• Remove the baked homemade white bread loaves from the pan and allow to cool slightly before slicing.
• Makes 16 servings Homemade White Bread.

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Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe


Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe

An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 3 Minutes
Total Time: 7 Hours 30 minutes

Ingredients:

1 3oz box Cherry Gelatin
1 3oz box Lime Gelatin
1 3oz box Lemon Gelatin
5¼ cups Water, divided
¾ cup Commercial Eggnog
2 TBSP Rum (or use ¼ tsp rum extract)
2 cups Cool Whip, thawed

Directions:

• Separately prepare the cherry and lime gelatins as directed on package, but reduce the code water for each one to ½ cup.
• Pour the cherry gelatin into a 8″x8″x2″ baking pan, chill until firm, at least 3 hours.
• Pour the lime gelatin into a 8″x8″x2″ baking pan, chill until firm, at least 3 hours.
• Dissolve lemon gelatin in ¾ cup boiling water; add rum and eggnog. Chill until thickened (not firm).
• Cut firm cherry and lime gelatin into ½” x ½” cubes. Measure out ½ cup of each flavor and set these gelatin cubes aside to use as garnish.
• Blend whipped topping into the thickened eggnog gelatin.
• Fold in gelatin cubes that are not set aside for garnish.
• Spoon gelatin mixture into silicone mold.
• Chill until firm, at least 4 hours.
• Un-mold onto a serving dish.
• Garnish with reserved gelatin cubes.

• Makes 12 servings Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe. An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.





Many years ago when I was grocery shopping, Jello was giving away plastic star or bell molds when you purchased xx packages of Jello. I decided to do the deal, and picked up a star. There was also a recipe booklet.

Inside that recipe booklet was a Kaleidoscope Dessert recipe. I made that dessert for 10+ years, every year to take to Christmas dinner at my parent’s house. Everyone loved it!!

At some point (probably during a move) that star mold got lost. But I kept the recipe.

Last year at Christmas dinner I decided to make this dessert again (I served it as a side dish actually), and bought another star mold online. Silicone Star on Amazon – I “think” this is the same one on Ali Express – first time I had made this in a good 15 years! And it was still wonderful. (While I have never tried it, I am sure any large silicone mold will work.)

• Note: You can use the extra cubes as garnish if you like. I usually do, but for some reason they did not make the photos.

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Ingredients:

• 1 3oz box Cherry Gelatin
• 1 3oz box Lime Gelatin
• 1 3oz box Lemon Gelatin
• 5¼ cups Water, divided
• ¾ cup Commercial Eggnog
• 2 TBSP Rum (or use ¼ tsp rum extract)
• 2 cups Cool Whip, thawed

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Mise en Place:

• Pot (to boil water)
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Bowl
• Silicon Spatula or Spoon
8″x8″x2″ Baking Pans
Silicone Star Mold
• Serving Platter

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe. An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.


Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Directions:

• Separately prepare the cherry and lime gelatins as directed on package, but reduce the code water for each one to ½ cup.
• Pour the cherry gelatin into a 8″x8″x2″ baking pan, chill until firm, at least 3 hours.
• Pour the lime gelatin into a 8″x8″x2″ baking pan, chill until firm, at least 3 hours.

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe. An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.


• Dissolve lemon gelatin in ¾ cup boiling water; add rum and eggnog. Chill until thickened (not firm).

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe. An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.


• Cut firm cherry and lime gelatin into ½” x ½” cubes. Measure out ½ cup of each flavor and set these gelatin cubes aside to use as garnish.
• Blend whipped topping into the thickened eggnog gelatin.
• Fold in gelatin cubes that are not set aside for garnish.

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe. An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.


• Spoon gelatin mixture into silicone mold.
• Chill until firm, at least 4 hours.

Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe. An easy to make, festive Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner dessert or side dish. This old-fashioned recipe dates back over 35 years! Your entire family will love it.


• Un-mold onto a serving dish.
• Garnish with reserved gelatin cubes.

• Makes 12 servings Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello

• To print the Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello recipe, click here.


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