Melon with prosciutto, rocket and tomatoes

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This is amazing summer appetizer. Combination of melon and grilled prosciutto works absolutely perfect, but in the other hand, it is very simple to make. You can make a tone of it and impress your friends or partner. In my oppinion this is perfect dish or appetizer to make for someone if you never cooked before, because it can’t go wrong. And when you serve it, they’ll be very surprised and probably will clean the plate.

This recipe was created at a time when my parents returned from work, carrying melon in hands, so I instantly decided to make a classic melon and prosciutto. I was very hungry and impatient, so I made this recipe instantly, and the reason I’m writing this is that I forgot to put the feta cheese in recipe, or gorgonzola even better. The cheese really lift up the flavour of the dish, so try with cheese. 🙂

                    Ingredients

For one plate you’ll need approximately 5-7 cubes of melon. Make sure that the size of melon fit the prosciutto slices, so that you can cover the whole cube. From another ingredients you’ll need 1 chilli, 1 tomatoe, handful of rocket, cheese as I said earlier, half a lemon, olive oil, salt and pepper.

 

                     Instructions

Slice the melone on cubes (2cm) and roll in prosciutto and secure with a toothpick, than season with black pepper and chilli flakes (optional). Than grill them from all sides until they get black grilled marks. In big bowl put sliced tomatoes, rocket and chilli, then drizzle with olive oil,  and add a few drops of lemon juice. The best proportion is 3 parts of oil on 1 part of vinegar or other kind of acid. This is some kind of golden rule for dressing salad. Give the salad a season with salt and pepper and toss alltogether. I hope you will enjoy it. 🙂

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Dinja rolovana sa pršutom 

                      Ovo je neverovatno letnje predjelo. Kombinacija dinje i grilovane pršute funkcioniše savršeno, dok je sa druge strane vrlo jednostavano da se napraviti. Možete napraviti u velikim količinama zavisno želeli impresionirati svoje prijatelje ili partnera. Po mom mišljenjeu ovo jelo je savršeno za one koji se nikada nisu oprobali u kuhinji , jer jednostavno nemaju gde da naprave grešku , a opet sa druge strane jelo izleda veoma impresivno na pogled.

                    Ovaj recept je nastao letos kada je moja mama ušla u kuću sa dinjom u rukama pa mi je u tom trenutku palo na pamet da napravim sada već opšte poznat recept. S obzirom da sam jelo napravio odmah želim da napomenem da u mom originalnom receptu fali sir koji odlično dopunjuje ovo jelo . Možete da birate izmedju fete ili gorgonzole , ova dva sira su idealna u ovoj kombinaciji. Zato vi probajte da ga ne izostavite, jer daje jelu posebnu slast.

  Sastojci

Za jedan tanjir ćete trebati otprilike 5-7 kockica dinje. Pobrinite se da veličina kocki dinje odgovara pršuti, tako da možete pokriti celu kocku. Od drugih sastojaka trebaće vam 1 čili, 1 paradajz, šaka rukole, sir kao što sam rekao ranije, pola limuna, maslinovo ulje, so i biber.

     Instrukcije

Isecite dinju na kocke (2cm) i urolajte sa pršutom zatim probodite čačkalicom da se pršuta ne bi odmotala. Začinite biberom i mlevenim čilijem ako želite. Grilujte komade sa svih strana dok ne dobiju crne šare. U veliku posudu stavite iseckan paradajz i rukolu pospite maslinovim uljem i dodajte nekoliko kapi limunovog soka. Najbolji odnos je 3 dela ulja na 1 deo sićeta ili lumuna u ovom slučaju. Ovo je zlatno pravilo pri pravljenju dresinga za salatu. Posolite i pobiberite salata i zatim je dobro izmešajte. Spremni ste za serviranje. Nadam se da ćete uživati . 🙂

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