This easy and quick festive prosciutto rolls recipe is what you’ll be making year after year for New Year’s Eve dinner.
We’re nearing the end of the year, and it’s always nice to have some easy finger food recipes on hand. Ever since I remember, my family has served prosciutto in one form or another for New Year’s Eve dinner. So let me know in the comments what is your family’s traditional food!
This recipe for the festive prosciutto rolls is super easy. I made these with my homemade phyllo dough, but if you’re in a hurry or don’t feel like making your own, a store-bought one works just as well. But I promise it is easier than it seems to make and always a fun activity for the kids and the entire family.
What is inside these festive prosciutto rolls?
Well, I don’t think I need to mention it, bis a layer of thinly sliced prosciutto accompanied by thinly sliced zucchinis, which add a lovely freshness to the rolls, and a generous amount of cheese. I’m using brie, but any other cheese that melts nicely is great too!
Festive Prosciutto Rolls
- 5 phyllo dough sheets (Recipe for homemade phyllo dough in recipe notes below.)
- 20 slices prosciutto thinly sliced
- 300 g brie cut into small chunks
- 2 small zuchinnis thinly sliced lenghtwise
- 20 g parmesan cheese
- vegetable oil for brushing
Preheat the oven to 180°C (350°F).
Start with 5 phyllo dough sheets of a rough size of 30×40 cm.
Cut each phyllo dough sheet into four equal rectangles.
Place one slice of prosciutto, two halfs of zuchinni slices and a chunk of brie..
Fold sides of the dough over the filling then fold one of the other two sides of the phyllo dough over the filling and roll into a roll.
Place the rolls onto a baking tray lined with parchment paper and grate over parmesan cheese.
Bake in a preheated oven for 15 to 20 monutes until golden.
Find the recipe for phyllo dough here. (The same amount as you need for this recipe!)