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25 May, 2015

Fig and Prosciutto Flat Bread

Posted in : Meals, Pizza on by : rereinke@yahoo.com Tags: , , ,

The combination of sweet and salty in this dish is a  match made in heaven. This flat bread is so easy to make and can be used as an appetizer or a meal.  You can make as many or as little of these flat breads as you want but for this recipe it will make 4 of them.


5-6 slices of prosciutto

1/2 sweet onion

2 cloves of garlic

30 leaves of spinach

Fontina cheese (can use mozzarella)

olive oil

fig jam

4 Flat Outs

Prosciutto Flat Bread


Slice the onion and press the garlic through a garlic press or mince. In a sauté pan caramelize the onion and garlic. This is a technique used when you want to bring out the sweetness in a vegetable. You want to cook the onions and garlic low and slow.  Pre-heat the oven to 500 degrees. Brush the flat outs with a light dusting of olive oil and top with some fresh cracked pepper.  Smear a light layer of fig jam all over the flat bread. Do not use too much, it is a very sweet flavor, and to much can jeopardize the balance between sweet and salty. Top with the onion garlic mixture, prosciutto, and Fontina.


Bake for 8-10 minutes or until crispy.

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