Making garlic butter prosciutto-wrapped asparagus is easy and quick. the ideal side dish, appetizer, or finger food!
For a party snack, Garlic Butter Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus is the ideal invitation! The BEST low-carb appetizer that comes together quickly! This is a fantastic way to start a party, whether you’re partying with other people or hosting your snack party because it’s covered in garlic butter.
Of course, you can completely omit the garlic butter and go for gold without it, but the garlic butter gives the asparagus such a nice flavor. I also question WHY you would want to exclude the garlic butter portion.
Asparagus wrapped in prosciutto and garlic butter is quick and easy to prepare. The ideal appetizer, side dish, or finger food!
- When I prepare these, I use short slices of prosciutto because I find that wrapping half of the asparagus provides us with sufficient saltiness. You are allowed to modify these in any way that suits your preferences and tastes.
- The asparagus can be wrapped in advance and kept in the refrigerator until you’re ready to cook it. They may be grilled OR baked. You can also pan-fry them until golden and crispy over medium heat!
Do not consume the entire batch yourself; rather, serve them to your visitors. like I might have unintentionally done before, or maybe not.
Wrapped With GARLIC BUTTER PROSCIUTTO
Asparagus in prosciutto and garlic butter is quick and easy to prepare. The ideal appetizer, side dish, or finger food!
INGREDIENTS of Garlic butter prosciutto wrapped asparagus
- 2 tablespoons of melted, unsalted butter of your choosing
- 2 teaspoons of garlic, minced
- 16 asparagus spears with the woody end removed and thrown away
- Melt the butter, then stir in the garlic. Each asparagus spear should have a uniform coating of butter. Simple prosciutto slices should be cut in half lengthwise. Each asparagus spear should be gently and loosely wrapped from top to bottom, starting at a diagonal angle.
- Set the grill or the broiler to high heat. Spray some cooking oil on a baking sheet or pan to lightly coat it. The asparagus should be bright green and cooked to your taste, and the prosciutto should be crisp, so arrange the wrapped spears in a single layer on the baking sheet or tray. Season with cracked pepper and grill or broil for around 4-5 minutes, watching them carefully so nothing burns. Serve right away.
- Turn on the high heat on a grill or grill pan. For 3–4 minutes, or until the asparagus is brilliant green, tender, and crisp, grill the asparagus with the prosciutto wrapped around it, flipping it once or twice. Serve right away.
- In a frying pan or skillet, heat 2 teaspoons of oil until it is hot. Prosciutto-wrapped asparagus spears should be fried for 1-2 minutes on each side, or until crisp and browned.