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Author Notes: This is a nice savory/sweet type combination. The ingredients listed are per wrap, so just increase depending on how many you would like to make. Be sure to garnish with the blood orange sections and mint. They make a nice, refreshing after-bite to the salty/sweet of the Wrap. —coffeefoodwritergirl
Serves as many as you would like (as an appetizer)
- 1 teaspoon Feta (I used Bulgarian sheep feta, but any feta will work)
- 1 pitted Moroccan olive
- 1 leaf fresh mint
- 1 very thin slice Prosciutto de Parma
- 1-2 sections blood orange (pithy outer white stuff and membranes removed)
- 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon olive oil
- extra blood orange sections and mint leaves for garnish.
- Lay one slice of Prosciutto out flat. Place blood orange, feta, mint and olive in center of Prosciutto. Roll up tightly.
- Heat small or medium saucepan over medium high heat (depending on how many you are making). Reduce heat to medium-low and add olive oil (one teaspoon for small pan; 1 tablespoon for large) and add Wraps. Cook slowly turning every so often and adjusting heat to between medium-low and medium. Until completely browned and auburn/caramel in color. About 5-7 minutes. You want to cook and brown slowly so the cheese will melt.
- Remove to serving plate and garnish with blood orange sections and mint. The orange and mint are a nice after-taste to the salty/sweet of the Wrap. Enjoy!
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Open House Dish
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Dish with Blood Oranges, Feta and Mint
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