Prosciutto di Parma is 100% natural containing only specially-bred pork, sea salt, Italian mountain air and time. The high-quality Parma Ham is an obvious choice for those who appreciate authenticity and rich flavor in their dishes. Curious how to cook prosciutto and add it to everyday recipes? Parma Ham’s distinct sweetness will enhance any meal or appetizer. Whether it’s nestled in between, displayed on top, wrapped around other ingredients or simply used as a garnish, Prosciutto di Parma adds depths of flavor without taking center stage. Check out some delicious and unique prosciutto recipes, and discover how to cook prosciutto with countless possibilities.
- Arrange Prosciutto di Parma on a large platter. Accompany with crusty bread, bread sticks, melon, grapes, Italian cheeses, olives or any other pairing of your choice. Get tips for the perfect charcuterie board.
- Liven up green salads with ribbons of Prosciutto di Parma, slivers of Parmigiano Reggiano and a drop of olive oil.
- Prosciutto di Parma is best served wrapped around deliciously ripe fruit. Add a little love to classic prosciutto-wrapped figs by drizzling balsamic vinegar on top.