Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig

Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig

Duck prosciutto recipe

My favourite way to eat prosciutto is on its own. Freshly and thinly sliced, and nothing more. But the great thing about it is that it lends itself to many different ingredients. Fruit, cheese, bread, whatever you think may work.

Having my own home made duck prosciutto in the fridge prompted me to think up other ways to serve it, and with fresh figs currently in season it was a given that these plump little babies made it to the plate.

I wanted to keep it simple so a little goat curd joined in on the fun, as did my beloved truffle honey. Plus one of the ducks best friends – orange.

This recipe doesn’t call for measurements so go with whatever quantities you desire, should you choose to take the duck prosciutto plunge. Add things, subtract things; play around with it.

Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig recipe

Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig recipe

Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig recipe

 

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Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig
Indulge with this gorgeous plate of home-cured duck prosciutto and juicy fresh figs.
Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig recipe
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Duck prosciutto with goat curd & fig recipe
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  1. Arrange the prosciutto on a serving plate, platter or board. Arrange the fig segments around the prosciutto, drop some goat curd in the centre and lightly drizzle with the honey. Grate the orange zest over and scatter with the micro watercress. Serve with freshly torn baguette.
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