This refreshing, juicy, light but filling Strawberry Mango Prosciutto Salad is an utterly delicious and elegant summer meal.
Hello everyone! I hope you’re doing well. First, I’ve just realized it’s June 15 meaning that there are only 5 days till astronomical summer. Yay! I will restrain myself from saying a platitude like “Where does the time go?” I have no idea. I just know that two posts ago that was the beginning of June.
Now, I was going to write down a long post today (I swear!), but this outrageous (Totally out of the blue) news discouraged me. I am still processing this info. You cannot blame me for that. So, unfortunately, I am going to keep it short this time. Again. I promise I will have a proper post next time. Unless I find another excuse, I mean the reason not to :)
Let’s talk this Strawberry Mango Prosciutto Salad for a second. In fact, there’s not much I can tell you about it. It is fresh, light, succulent, sweet and a tiny bit salty (Thanks to prosciutto and parmesan). In my book, that’s a perfect summer salad – not just a side dish but the entire meal. Serve it with some toasted bread for an ultimately satisfying experience. As you can imagine, thanks to succulent fruit, this salad doesn’t need any dressing, but a good drizzle of lime juice will only accentuate all these beautiful sweet fruits.
And my (almost) traditional conclusion: Daisy approved the recipe (Not the salad itself but the prosciutto part. That counts too, right?) You would like this Strawberry Mango Prosciutto Salad, too!
Cheers and see you soon.
- 1 large mango, peeled, pitted, and sliced (cubed)
- 1 cup strawberries, cut in 2-4 segments
- 3-4 cups of greens (like spinach or arugula)
- 6-8 slices of prosciutto
- 1/4 cup parmesan shavings
- a little of lime juice (optional)
- Just combine the mango, strawberries, and greens in a bowl and drizzle with the lime juice if desired.
- Transfer salad into the serving plates and arrange the prosciutto and parmesan on top.
- To my liking, this salad doesn’t need any seasoning; however, you can go with some salt, pepper, or fresh herbs like basil or oregano.