Do you love Italian food? Well here’s a treat of mine I expect you will absolutely adore.
I invented this recipe in 2009 and it just came into being all by itself. I honestly cannot describe to you the thought processes which brought it into existence… it just happened.
- Parmigiano Reggiano ~ Italian hard Cheese.
- Prosciutto Crudo ~ Italian uncooked Ham.
- Pineapple Chunks ~ Del Monte recommended.
- Vino Di Rosso ~ Italian Red Wine
Parmigiano Reggiano is traditionally used for grating over pasta since it is very hard in comparison to other cheeses. It is also extremely mature and has a kick like a mule.
The alternative, which I often substitute myself, is any good vintage Cheddar, which has been wrapped in tin foil and left to mature in the fridge for a couple of days or so.
Take a slice of Prosciutto and place inside it a piece of Cheese and a piece of Pineapple.
Wrap the Cheese and Pineapple up within the Prosciutto.
Now… take a mange on that.
Follow it through with a sip of Red Wine and…
… take another mange on that.
Repeat these steps as continuously as you like, or until you fall into a deep and heavenly sleep.
Et Walla. This recipe, “Sweet Garibaldi”, got its name in much the same way its ingredients, in that it was simply the first thing I said out loud when I first tasted it.