Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Fig Honey Ricotta Mascarpone Dip with Crispy Prosciutto

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  • one

  • i
    (15 ounce) container whole milk ricotta*

  • viii
    mascarpone cheese, softened to room temperature

  • ane/four
    fig preserves

  • i

  • one
    chopped fresh rosemary, plus extra for topping

  • i/four

  • i/iv
    garlic powder

  • one/four
    common salt

  • freshly cracked dark pepper

  • 6
    freshly grated fontina

  • chopped fresh figs for serving

  • crostini, crackers, sliced baguette, or chips for serving


  1. Grease a 8x10 baking dish (or something or so that) with softened butter or cooking spray. Set aside.

  2. Make the crispy prosciutto. Preheat oven to 375℉. Place slices of prosciutto on a foil lined baking sail in addition to bake for 7-8 minutes or until crispy. (Be careful, it tin fire quickly since it's then sparse!) Let cool in addition to and then chop or crumble into modest pieces.

  3. For the dip, combine the ricotta, mascarpone, fig preserves, love, rosemary, nutmeg, garlic pulverization, salt, as well as a few cracks of freshly earth dark pepper in medium bowl until combined. Add one-half of the fontina too mix to combine.

  4. Spread dip into the prepared pan too sprinkle evenly with the other half of grated fontina. Bake for thirty minutes or until gilt together with bubbly. If pinnacle doesn't look to live gilded enough, place under the broiler for a few minutes. Let dip sit for fifteen-20 minutes (it volition be liberate and slightly watery at this signal), until it is ready. Top with crumbled prosciutto, chopped fresh figs, too chopped rosemary. Enjoy amongst crostini, sliced baguette, and/or your favorite crackers!

Recipe Notes

*Don't role function skim ricotta for this recipe - it contains also much wet together with will make the dip besides watery. Whole milk ricotta is the way to get!

Overhead shot of a baking dish filled with a creamy dip topped with chopped figs and crispy prosciutto with a basket of crostini peeking out of the top right and a basket of figs in the top left