This grilled peach and prosciutto flatbread should be one of your staples for the summer!
It’s officially peach season! And I’m ready to make all the peach things!
I would consider myself a peach person, but only when they are really, really good! You know when you bite into a peach and it’s hard and has no flavor… it’s seriously the worst. I’m always weary of peaches before August because I don’t want to start off the season with a negative peach experience.
A few weeks ago I was at our local produce market with no intentions of buying peaches… I thought it was way too early. I saw an older man filling a bag up with at least 15 peaches and I thought “huh? maybe it IS time for peaches”. Then I overheard him talking to one of the cashiers about how good the peaches were this year and she agreed. The two of them couldn’t stop gushing about the peaches so I was convinced.
Since then I have been going back every week to stock up! And I’ve been getting creative with them!
This Grilled Peach and Prosciutto Flatbread is where it’s at this summer! You need it in your life!
So fire up your grills and let’s get cooking!
First you will sear the peaches on both sides!
Next you will whip up an easy honey ricotta sauce.
Then grill your flatbread! I used this Stonefire Artisan Flatbread because it’s summer and nobody got time to be making there own flatbread 🙂
Top the grilled side of the flatbread with a thick coating of the honey ricotta sauce, then top with grilled peaches, prosciutto and burrata (cuz 2 cheeses are better than 1!) .
Then the flatbread goes back on the grill to melt the cheese and grill the other side.
Finish it off with some fresh basil and a drizzle of honey before enjoying!
2 ripe peaches, pit removed, sliced into 1/2” slices
2 tbsp olive oil
Honey Ricotta Sauce
1 cup ricotta cheese
1 tbsp honey
8 leaves fresh basil
1/2 tsp sea salt
2 tbsp olive oil
4oz burrata cheese
2 Stonefire Artisan Flatbreads
Light up your grill and heat to between 300-400°F
Brush the peaches in olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt
Place peaches on the grill flesh down and cook for 3-4 minutes on each side until grill lines appear and the peaches are softened
Set peaches aside
In the bowl of your food processor add the ricotta cheese and honey, process until smooth
Add the basil and sea salt, pulse until basil is chopped small, set aside
Brush the flatbreads with olive oil
Place each flatbread on the grill, grill for 3-4 minutes on one side, being careful not to let it burn, keep the temperature around 300°F
Remove the flatbreads from the grill, spoon 1/2 of the ricotta sauce onto the grilled side of each flatbread and spread evenly
Top each flatbread with the grilled peaches, prosciutto and burrata
Bring the flatbreads back to the grill and grill for 3-4 more minutes, again being careful not the burn the bottom of the flatbread
Remove flatbreads from grill, top with fresh basil and drizzle honey as desired
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