Crostini appetizers are crunchy, flavorful, and can be made many different ways to mesmerize your taste buds.
Prosciutto is a sweet, smooth meat that goes well on top of crostini’s. Prosciutto appetizers are generally paired with spicy jams, jelly’s, and herbs to enhance it’s flavor.
To make crostini appetizers prepared with prosciutto, balsamic reduction is typically drizzled on top to add a sweet finish to the appetizer.
The balsamic glaze adds a beautiful, professional look to the prosciutto crostini appetizers.
Prosciutto Havarti Crostini
Prosciutto Havarti crostini is made by adding a thin layer of red pepper jelly on top of a freshly baked crostini.
A layer of Havarti cheese is placed on top of the red pepper jelly.
Arugula leaves are added on top of the Havarti.
Prosciutto is layered on top of the arugula, and then is topped with balsamic reduction for this colorful and flavorful crostini appetizer.
Prosciutto and Apple Crostini
Prosciutto and apple crostini is made by adding a layer of fig jam on top of a freshly prepared crostini.
A fresh leaf of basil is added on top of the fig jam.
A thin slice of apple is added to the crostini along with a strip of prosciutto.
The prosciutto appetizer is topped with balsamic reduction to give it a sweet finish.
Prosciutto Crostini with Balsamic Glaze
Prosciutto crostini with balsamic glaze is made by adding a slice of burrata cheese on top of a prepared crostini piece.
Prosciutto is layered on top of the cheese, and then balsamic glaze and honey are drizzled on top.
The crostini appetizer is garnished with a couple strips of fresh basil leaves.
Prosciutto Goat Cheese Crostini
Prosciutto goat cheese crostini is made by spreading a thin layer of goat cheese on top of the prepared crostini.
Fig jam is layered on top of the goat cheese, adding a bit of sweetness to the crostini appetizer.
Take a slice of prosciutto and a basil leaf and put them together.
Then roll them up and place them on the crostini and serve!
The rolled prosciutto crostini appetizer makes them look professional and eye catching.
Peach and Prosciutto Crostini
Peach and prosciutto crostini appetizer is made by first creating an herbed ricotta mixture.
Ricotta cheese is placed in a food processor until smooth. To make it extra rich, heavy cream is added to the ricotta cheese.
Fresh basil and parsley is added to the ricotta mixture for the first layer of the crostini appetizer.
Next, the prosciutto is crisped in a frying pan for a couple of minutes.
This will give the prosciutto a crunchy texture for the appetizer.
To assemble, add a layer of the ricotta mixture on the crostini.
Add a slice of peach on top of the ricotta cheese.
Place a few small pieces of the crisped prosciutto on top of the peaches.
Add a fresh basil leaf, a drizzle of balsamic glaze, and olive oil to top off the crostini appetizer.