These certainly look delicious, and beautiful too boot! Can't wait to try them. But, equally as interesting are those unique double pronged wooden skewers! They make a lovely presentation. Can anyone at Food & Wine tell me who makes them and where I can find them? Anybody? Would really appreciate it. Thanks.
5 Stars! Absolutely love this as an appetizer. We have been making it annually in the summer and guests love it. Beautiful presentation and delicious taste. Impressive!
I use a mandoline and then cover the strips in nearly boiling water for 5-10 mins. Then they are pliable enough to thread. I also use 2 parallel skewers per so that they are easier to flip on the grill. We have been eating this all summer.
Not having any skewers, nor any yellow squash, I grilled zucchini in a grill pan on my stovetop, then laid the prosciutto on top of the zucchini in the last couple of minutes to heat it through. I followed the rest of the recipe to the letter and then used the results as a pasta topping. Really fantastic!! Simple but surprising and delicious. I used my mandoline for the zucchini strips and they came out thicker than those used on skewers, but it was not a problem for my purpose. Thanks for this recipe!
A very tasty combination that deserves future showings. It was difficult to thread the zucchini strips onto the skewers, mine happened to be 6" long and 1/4" thick -- too thick for skewing vegetable strips.
Love this Dish! I made this recipe and added Lemon to mint dressing and it was perfection. I also made the pasta salad version for a great side dish https://www.busywifebusylife.com/food/recipes/veggies/grilled-zucchini-and-prosciutto-skewers/