Michigan Cantaloupe and Prosciutto Skewers {Recipe}

Dr. Angela Seabright
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Cantaloupe and Prosciutto Skewers
Fall is a great time to enjoy delicious and ripe Michigan cantaloupes. This sweet and savory cantaloupe appetizer is great for an end of summer BBQ or to bring along to an upcoming football tailgate.
This recipe, adapted from Food Network, is the perfect finger food to share with family and friends.
What you’ll need:
  • ½ Michigan Cantaloupe
  • ½ lb sliced prosciutto
  • Fresh basil
  • ½ cup reduced fat feta cheese
  • Decorative skewers or toothpicks
  1. Cut cantaloupe into 1-2 inch cubes
  1. Break feta cheese into small 1 inch pieces
  1. Roll prosciutto slices and set aside
  1. Wash and roll fresh basil (or simply fold in half) and set aside
  1. Arrange, one piece of cantaloupe, prosciutto role-up, basil role-up and lastly cubed feta cheese onto a decorative skewer
  1. Enjoy!
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Spokesperson Chuck Gaidica recently visited the Northville Farmers Market to check out what’s ripe — including some of the great benefits of enjoying Michigan cantaloupe. Take a look below!
What do you love most about Michigan cantaloupe? Share your recipe ideas with us below. You can also visit www.ahealthiermichigan.org/eatmichigan to discover more about Michigan produce.
Editor’s note: Chuck Gaidica is a paid spokesperson for BCBSM.
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