Mesclun Mix with Goat Cheese, Apricots, Prosciutto and Vino Cotto

Mesclun Mix with Goat Cheese, Apricots, Prosciutto and Vino Cotto

Mesclun Mix with Goat Cheese, Apricots, Prosciutto and Vino Cotto

5/5

The perfect blend of sweet and salty in this easy to prepare mesclun mix recipe. You'd almost think it's a dessert. It makes a great presentation when served at a dinner party, too!

Recipe and photo by Deena Montillo

Verified Recipe ✅

Print

Ingredients:

  • 5-6 slices prosciutto, thinly-sliced
  • 5 ounces mesclun mix (fresh baby lettuces and greens)
  • goat cheese (or substitute grated Pecorino Romano, Grana Padano, Parmesan or Feta cheese)
  • 6 ounces dried apricots, cut to 1/4-inch pieces
  • Olive oil
  • Vino Cotto di Montillo
  • Freshly-ground black pepper

Directions:

  • Cut a prosciutto slice in half lengthwise, then cut into thirds crosswise (6 sections per slice). Tightly roll up each section, then cut it in half. Repeat.
  • Onto each salad plate, add a handful of lettuce, a few morsels of goat cheese, apricot pieces, and prosciutto rolls.
  • To serve, drizzle with olive oil and vino cotto, then top with black pepper.

4/5

The almond crust and added vino cotto bring a new texture and flavor to apple tarts.

Recipe and photo by Deena Montillo

Verified Recipe ✅

5/5

Vino Cotto adds a delicious twist to this scrumptious apple streusel!

Recipe and photo by Deena Montillo

Verified Recipe ✅

4/5

These cookies owe their spicy bite to a dose of freshly-ground white pepper. They are a staple at Christmas in the city of Teramo and keep well for weeks in an airtight tin. Tradition dictates that they be dipped in vino cotto or sweet wine at meal’s end.

Source: www.rusticocooking.com/abruzzo.htm

Verified Recipe ✅

Embrace The Multitude Of Benefits That Vino Cotto Brings To Your Culinary Repertoire. Let Its Exquisite Flavor, Versatility, And Health-Conscious Qualities Inspire Your Creativity In The Kitchen. Elevate Your Dishes To New Heights With This Exceptional Gourmet Syrup.