Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus — Damn Delicious

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Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

The easiest, most tastiest appetizer with just 2 ingredients and 10 min prep!

Now that the holiday shopping is over, the Christmas ham leftovers are devoured, and the presents are all opened, it’s time to gear up for New Year’s Eve party recipes, like this epic prosciutto wrapped asparagus!

Now this recipe is super simple with just 2 ingredients, and it only requires a 10 min prep! Once you throw them on the skillet and let the prosciutto get nice and crisp, you’re all set! Now what kind of appetizer is that easy? You can even prep this ahead of time!

Not only is this the simplest, most easiest appetizer ever but it is by far the best kind of asparagus dish I have ever had! From the salty, crisp prosciutto to the tender-crisp asparagus, this dish will be the most fastest-selling appetizer at your New Year’s Eve party!

Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Yield: 4 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

The easiest, most tastiest appetizer with just 2 ingredients and 10 min prep!


  • 6 ounces sliced prosciutto, halved horizontally
  • 1 pound asparagus, trimmed
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil


  1. Working one at a time, wrap halved prosciutto slice on each asparagus spear at an angle, covering the entire length of the spear. Repeat with remaining prosciutto and asparagus.
  2. Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Add asparagus and cook until prosciutto is crisp and asparagus is tender, about 2-3 minutes.
  3. Serve immediately.

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My family would love this!! These look so good!

So pretty and delicious! Happy New Year !

What a great, quick appetizer! And so pretty.

I love this appetizer, so perfect for NYE!

OMG these look amazing. I wanna drizzle a little truffle oil on there….yum!! So good. Definitely trying these.

I like to spread some garlic cream cheese on the prosciutto before wrapping the asparagus:)

Such a great app – I love little nibbles like these and this is such a great combination of flavours.

I love how easy these are, and I know I could probably eat a dozen!!

Just when I thought asparagus was already perfect…this is amazing.

Wow how easy it is! I wanna try it 🙂 thank you

These are DELICIOUS. Have made them several times now. In the time it takes the proscuitto to crisp, the asparagus cooks to a perfect crisp tender. Love them as a “side dish” but they would be fabulous as an appetizer, too.

I was concerned that the asparagus wouldn’t be cooked through… so it is? Just making sure before I serve this as a “side” at my husband’s company dinner. THanks!

Made these last night and they were a big hit! Thank you for the easy, non-dairy option. J’adore!

Looks absolutely delicious. I have some prosciutto now. We’ll have to try these. Tomorrow??

These prosciutto wrapped asparagus are to die for. Be prepared to have enough they will go fast.

I make something like this too and they are a HUGE hit at parties. But I slightly boil my asparagus and then ice bath it first (parboil?) and then spread Borsin cheese (original garlic flavour) on the prosciutto before wrapping it on the cooled asparagus stalks. Then the whole thing goes in the oven on a cooking sheet.
If I’m taking them to a party I’ll leave them cold on the sheet and heat there.
If you want to make it as a side dish you can bundle 3-4 stalks before wrapping.

I brought these as an appetizer to a dinner party Saturday night and they were a huge hit. I love the idea of broiling and adding Borsin. The hardest part was getting the prosciutto to stick i a cohesive piece to the asparagus, and the cheese might solve that problem. I tried individual stalks and bundles of two. The bundles were harder to wrap but seemed more substantial. My asparagus were thin. I did the frying at home and warmed under the broiler at the party. With the cheese addition I’m sure you’d have to skip the frying.

Perfect! I was thinking along the same lines, you answered my subconscious questions.

Just had these at a restaurant & they were delicious. Glad to see how to make them.

We usually make bacon wrapped asparagus but prosciutto is a fun twist (no pun intended!)

Best looking asparagus appetizer I’ve seen! Love this and adding it to my must-try recipes.

I made this last night. Amazing, and easy!!

What is the carb, fat and sugar content of this recipe? I’d like to try this for myself, looks good!

​Nutritional information is provided only for select and new recipes at this time. However, if it is not available for a specific recipe, it is best that you use free online resources at your discretion (you can Google “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information.

Can these be served cold? Want to serve cold tapas style dishes and thought they looked wonderful!

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