You can not go wrong with this recipe, I mean who doesn’t like something that is wrapped in Proscuitto? If you are not familiar with Proscuitto, it is Italian ham, which is found at most grocery deli counters around America.
All you need to do for this recipe is grab a few slices of prosciutto and a few spears of asparagus, and wrap them; your result will be a huge and elegant vegetable side dish or appetizer for any holiday or a special meal.
Asparagus and prosciutto complement each other really well because you get the salt from the Italian ham and they make your roasted asparagus look fancy. (It’s also effortless, but produces a huge wow effect)
This is one of my kid’s favorite vegetables since they were toddlers. Since it’s packed with a ton of minerals, and it is a green vegetable, it’s hard to find a reason, not to pick them up at the grocery store, and they are in season, they are a bargain.
Asparagus is a great vegetable; it’s very versatile. The easiest way to prepare them without an air fryer is to blanch them and then toss them with some olive oil. One of the best flavors that go with asparagus is lemon, so if you buy a fresh lemon when you pick up your asparagus, be sure to try it.
There are a lot of health benefits to eating asparagus; they are as follows:
- They are nutritious; they have a ton of vitamins, including fiber, folate, Vitamin, A, C, E, and K, it also contains chromium with helps glucose levels.
- They have shown it to help fight cancer as it has a compound that breaks down carcinogens.
- Asparagus is packed with antioxidants; it helps slow down the aging process and reduce inflammation.
- They have shown it to increase brain activity.
Asparagus doesn’t last long in the refrigerator, here are tips on getting the most of your asparagus,
- Trim the ends off the asparagus, only about an inch. But keep the rubber band on as it will be easier to store.
- Store the asparagus in a glass filled with water, just enough water so that your cut off edges are in the water.
- If you store the asparagus in a plastic bag, standing up in the water, it should last for about 4-6 days.
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Air Fryer, Asparagus Wrapped In Prosciutto
This is a great dish, you can whether serve it an appetizer or as a side dish.
- Prep Time: 10
- Cook Time: 10
- Total Time: 20
- Yield: 4 servings 1x
- Category: Vegetable
- Method: Air Fryer
- Cuisine: American
- 2 pounds asparagus
- 18 slices prosciutto
- Start by trimming the asparagus
- The easiest way to trim asparagus is to take each piece of asparagus in your hand and snap it, it will naturally snap where the ends met (the white and green)
- Once all of the ends are removed.
- Grab your package of prosciutto, which looks like–
- Lay out your piece of prosciutto (if you would like cut the prosciutto in half, you will be able to roll more asparagus spears)
- Then place the piece of asparagus in it, and roll.
- Place them in your air fryer basket, and once full, set the time for 5 minutes at 360 degrees F.
- Plate, serve and enjoy!
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