grilled peaches with burrata and prosciutto

Grilled Peaches with Burrata and Prosciutto

Are you looking for something different to serve at your next barbecue? Why not grill peaches alongside the burgers and steaks to serve as an appetizer, side dish, or salad.

Peaches on the grill are delicious; their natural sugars caramelize and their flavor becomes more concentrated and slightly smoky.

Your guests will be impressed with this fancy-looking, yet simple appetizer or side dish made with grilled peach halves, creamy burrata cheese, and prosciutto. It’s really quite easy to make for a crowd. Just slice the peaches, grill them for a few minutes, and then have fun arranging the different layers of flavors on top. You don’t even need to peel the peaches if you don’t want to;  it’s all up to you.  Just make sure you make pretty little grill marks on your peaches for a striking presentation. This would also be fantastic as a side dish, alongside grilled pork tenderloin.

For a more casual affair, toss all these beautiful ingredients in with some arugula for a light, summer salad. Serve with some crusty bread and a bottle of chardonnay. Your guests will be thrilled, I promise!

Whatever way you choose to serve this – as an appetizer, side, or salad, you will be greeted with a beautiful combination of flavors: sweet, tangy, salty, and smoky. 

Follow me to A Lucky Life blog to get the recipe and see just how easy it will be to impress your friends.

Grilled Peaches with Burrata and Prosciutto

Grilled Peaches with Burrata and Prosciutto

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16 thoughts on “grilled peaches with burrata and prosciutto

  1. Pingback: Grilled Peaches | Recipe ArchiveRecipe Archive

  2. I keep meaning to do this, but my family and friends always look at me skeptically when I talk about grilling fruit! You may have just given me the kick in the pants I need to prove them wrong.

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