Learn how to make Prosciutto Mozzarella and Asparagus Naan Flatbreads. Easy appetizer recipe anyone can bake at home!
We love flatbreads in our house. They are easy to make and sky is the limit on toppings. I recently started buying naan bread in my local grocery store. I decided to make a flatbread out of it. That’s how this recipe for Prosciutto Mozzarella and Asparagus Naan Flatbreads came about.
I was hosting a moscato wine tasting party and needed a few appetizers. Since I already had prosciutto and mozzarella on hand I figured I would make a flatbread using those ingredients. Let’s get real everything taste better with Boursin cheese! I figured I couldn’t go wrong. And I added the shaved asparagus on top to make it a little fancy! Of course thanks to my garden and the insane amount of basil I have right now I topped the cooked flatbreads with fresh basil! Within minutes I had delicious Prosciutto Mozzarella and Asparagus Naan Flatbreads.
Everyone loved them and wanted more. This is the perfect appetizer for entertaining. If you wanted to make these for dinner I would do 1 naan flatbread per person plus pair it with a salad and maybe even a bowl of soup! Even my 1 year old loved this flatbread. Of course it was his first taste of Boursin. Once again who doesn’t love Boursin cheese?
Prosciutto Mozzarella and Asparagus Naan Flatbreads
Prep Time:5 minutes
Cook Time:5 minutes
Total Time:10 minutes
2 Naan Bread
3 slices prosciutto, bite size pieces
1/4 cup Boursin garlic and herb spread
6 mini mozzarella balls, sliced
2 asparagus shaved
6 basil leaves, chopped
Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
Divide the garlic and herb cheese spread evenly between the two naan breads. Then slice 6 mini mozzarella balls and divide evenly among each bread. Slice the prosciutto into bite size pieces and divide evenly among both breads.
Using a veggie peeler begin to peal the asparagus. One spear per pizza until you can no longer peal the asparagus spear. Top with a little cracked pepper.
Bake at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for 5 minutes. Once the cheese is melted and bubbly remove from the oven. Top with fresh basil and enjoy immediately.
I'm Katie Jasiewicz: home cook, food blogger, and recipe developer. I’ve always had a love for cooking, and more so in the past few years a love for eating! Join me on a culinary adventure where life always tastes good. (more)
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