You can never go wrong with cheese, bread and ham and this brie and prosciutto crostini is testament to the statement. Wow your guests with this simple recipe.
We’ve all appreciated the simplicity of a good ham and cheese toastie from time to time. The salty-sweetness of the ham juxtaposed by gooey, melting cheese is a pleasure we’ve all given into at some point, in our lives. Crostinis are a fancier, smaller version of open toasts that make for ideal canapes to serve guests at parties.
Any number of toppings on sliced baguette – ranging from smoked salmon and cream cheese, figs and gruyere and even mozzarella and tomatoes are pretty much the usual suspects. This quick and delicious brie and prosciutto crostini is a fine dine take on the classic ham and cheese sandwich but amps up the flavours by a considerable margin. These little bites are perfect to pass around to guests while they sip on their drinks and keep the chatter going during your year-end celebrations. The carbs and cheese are great to soak up the alcohol and is a beautiful interplay of textures ranging from crispy to gooey to chewy.