It's the first week of Spring, and that can only mean one thing: Spring Cleaning.
The time of the year to clean out the old, bring in the new, and wrap up all of the incomplete tasks you've started in the new year.
I know, it's a real schlep, but who said life was easy?
Consider this dish as a present to yourself-- something easy. An easy appetizer for entertaining that is fresh, tasty, and fabulous.
The trifecta of what Cooking in Heels is all about.
(Did I mention gorgeous?)
- Prosciutto slices
- 2 cups of Arugula
- Handful of Parmesan
- Olive oil (I used a red pepper flake infused spicy olive oil)
The ingredients are simple enough, don't you think?
In a bowl, toss the arugula with olive oil and Parmesan (salt and pepper to taste).
Lay out your prosciutto, slice in half, and add a bit of the arugula mixture right in. Roll it up!
How to Plate: On a beautiful dish in a modern row.
Parve: Replace the prosciutto with some Hebrew National meat from the deli counter. Forget the Parmesan, and keep it simple!