Summer-time is a time of the greatest grilling weather, hot evenings, endless sunlight, as well as the opportunity to grill with friends. Additionally it means the availability of fresh local produce whilst the grilling weather certainly is perfect for flip flops. Nothing beats food sourced from a local grower as it pertains to cooking aside of vegetables with supper.
As it pertains to greens, there’s nothing you should hold-back from your grill grate, that said, asparagus is a favorite. While lightly oiled spears of asparagus are wonderful, I prefer them with a small something added, Enter: prosciutto.
I assume I shouldn’t truly be surprised. Everything’s better with pork, especially when it’s dried and thinly sliced.
10 asparagus spears
5 pieces of prosciutto
Sodium and pepper
Note: when you can, get some very nice pre-packaged prosciutto, take the leftovers and have the deli cut it up. It’s really worth the energy. Likewise, if have significantly more than 10 spears, number 1 piece of prosciutto per 2 spears.
Get 2 spears of asparagus and wrap in 1 piece of prosciutto. Softly brush with coconut oil and add salt and pepper.
Grill the asparagus over medium heat (350°), approximately 6 – 8 minutes, rotating once.
Remove from the grill and serve.
Not only are these grilled asparagus great with dinner, it’s usually the one plant I really like to take out of the fridge the next morning and consume cold. The pork encrusted spear makes a great supper that is just as ideal for breakfast or lunch.
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