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Prosciutto Wrapped Green Beans

By: Daisi Owens from
Prosciutto Wrapped Green Beans
Prosciutto Wrapped Green Beans

"Here’s why you should make these prosciutto-wrapped green beans: they’re fast, they’re easy, and everyone from 1 to 92 will go nuts for them. I think they add extra pizzazz to a plate, as well. You seriously can’t go wrong! I’ll confess that I don’t love green beans. Specifically, I don’t like cooked green beans. Something about the mushy texture just gives me the heebies! However, I do love fresh green beans when thrown in stir fry or salads. And I absolutely love them wrapped in prosciutto. Who doesn’t love anything wrapped in prosciutto?! I mean, it works for asparagus, so why not green beans?"

NotesEnjoy the video tutorial on my website,!

Serves4 People

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time10 min


  • 1 package hericot verts
  • 1 package prosciutto
  1. Lay the prosciutto flat on a clean, dry surface.

  2. Grab a handful (about 5-6) of the hericot verts and roll them up with the prosciutto.

  3. Lay them on a baking sheet being careful not to get them too close together.

  4. Bake at 400° for 8-10 minutes.

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This is so easy and simple and yet... I make green beans all the time and I haven't thought to do this. Definitely need to try this.


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