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By Shane Young | March 3, 2015 |
Broiled prosciutto-wrapped asparagus spears are a quick and delicious app that’s perfect for any Paleo party. The prosciutto crisps up like bacon while the sweet asparagus in the middle gets soft and tender. When you drizzle aged balsamic vinegar on the roasted spears, you end up with a dish that satisfies your sweet, salty, and sour cravings. Plus you get veggies and meat all in one morsel that you can just pop in your mouth with your hands.
Here’s what to assemble to make enough spears to feed 10 hungry adults:
Here’s what you do:
Preheat the broiler to high (with the rack 6 inches from the heating element) and assemble the ingredients.
Divide the asparagus evenly onto two large baking trays…
…drizzle some avocado oil over the spears, and season with salt and pepper.
Don’t go crazy with the salt because the prosciutto is plenty salty.
Cut each slice of prosciutto into 3 thin strips and wrap one strip around each asparagus spear.
Pop a tray under the broiler for ~5-8 minutes (tossing the spears at the halfway point) or until the prosciutto crisps up and the asparagus is tender. Repeat the process with the second tray.
Plate the spears when they’re finished and drizzle on some aged balsamic vinegar.
Yes, my friends — it’s that easy.
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