Introduction: Roasted Peaches Goat Cheese Peaches With Prosciutto and Honey
In this instructable I will show you how to make Roasted Peaches topped with goat cheese, pan fried prosciutto and drizzled with honey. Such and amazing and elegant dish, can be eaten with any meal, works great for breakfast or brunch. I love the combination of flavors between the sweetness of the peach, the smooth taste of the goat cheese, and the salty crunch of the prosciutto, and of course, who doesn't like honey. Yummy, these roasted peaches are easy to make, let's get started!
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Follow the easy steps or watch the short video tutorial or do both!
Step 1: Ingredients/Tools
- 4 to 5 peaches
- prosciutto or bacon
- olive oil or canola oil
- goat cheese or cream cheese
- Baking sheet
Step 2: Prep Peaches and Proscuitto
First let's preheat our oven to 400 degrees F. (204 C) Then prep your peaches by washing them, then cut them in half and and take our the pits. Place the peach halves on a baking sheet. Then take 4 to 5 slices of prosciutto depending on how many peaches you are making, and chop it up until they are in small pieces.
Step 3: Fry Up the Proscuitto
Next, turn your stovetop onto medium heat, add a skillet with a bit of cooking oil. Fry up the prosciutto until it is almost totally crisp.
Step 4: Top and Bake
Now we top off the peaches with goat cheese and our fried prosciutto then bake them in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes.
***Alternative method, if you don't want your goat cheese melted, another option is to add a bit of butter in each of the halves of peaches, roast them by themselves, then add the cheese and prosciutto afterwards. :)
Step 5: Add Honey
Once the peaches are roasted let them cool for a bit before adding your honey. Enjoy!
Step 6: Video Tutorial
Now check out those steps in action by watching the video tutorial!
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