Recipe Tip: Stuffed Dates with Gorgonzola and Crispy Parma Ham
Top Recipe. All ingredients and tips for getting it right. One of many incredibly good recipes from the new cookbook 'Hot Cheese' by Polina Chesnakova: dates stuffed with Gorgonzola, wrapped in Parma ham and grilled until crisp.
- 24medjool dates
- 120 gaged Gorgonzola (Gorgonzola piccante)
- 12 slice(s)thinly sliced Parma ham, torn in half lengthwise
Step 1Line a baking tray with baking paper.
Step 2Using a paring knife, slit the dates lengthwise and carefully remove the pits without splitting the dates.
Step 3Spoon the Gorgonzola evenly into the dates and wrap each in a piece of Parma ham.
Step 4Heat the grill to medium.
Step 5Place the stuffed dates, filled side up, on the prepared baking tray. Grill for 4–5 minutes, until the ham is crisp and the cheese starts to bubble and ooze. Handle carefully – the dates will be extremely hot!
Step 6Leave to cool for a few minutes before serving.
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