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This is a light dish that, usually served in summer, is good all year round to cleanse the palates of the crowd. To me, cooking is just like other hobbies – occasionally I need to try something out of the ordinary to keep it interesting. Nothing seems more opposite than smoky meets and sweet melon, but that’s just why this combination works! Toss in a ball of creamy mozzarella, and you’ll be amazed at how something so simple, can taste so amazing!
Easy and elegant, these mini skewers will start the party off, without filling them up before the feast. Drizzle on a balsamic reduction, or you can cheat with balsamic dressing, as well. One melon makes about 20 skewers, but make sure you have enough prosciutto and mozzarella, if you plan on a large gathering, because these tasty tid-bits go fast!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Comfort of Cooking
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