Have made this recipe twice - both for baby showers and everyone loved it. We even heated the leftovers and served it as stuffing for dinner. This is a great recipe.
Fresh Mozzarella, Sun-Dried Tomato, and Prosciutto Strata
Katbuch Posted: 11/22/10
cashelton Posted: 12/14/08
I served this at a Christmas brunch and it was a hit. I would probably cook it a little longer than 20 minutes next time to get the cheese to melt a little more. Everybody loved this! I used fresh rosemary chopped up real fine. Will make this again.
VaBelle35 Posted: 04/04/09
I make this all the time. I love it. If you are near a Wegmans, try it with their Rosemary and Olive Oil bread instead of focaccia.
Daisie Posted: 07/19/10
Wonderful. I used light sour cream and dehydrated sun dried tomatoes (instead of oil packed) and the dish was delicious. I served it for brunch and my guests all enjoyed it. I have no doubt this will be a "go to" dish for me in the future.
MileHighImprov Posted: 05/02/11
I made this at Easter and I LOVED it. I was short on time and bought a roll of mozzarella and prosciutto that was rolled together with basil for a cheese display. I sliced that up and layered as recommended. The sun dried tomatoes I had on hand were not oil packed, but smoked instead. They were a great addition. My only critics were those who don't love rosemary...but I thought it was great!
Amanda8899 Posted: 08/23/11
Amazing! I made this for a birthday brunch. It was really easy to make and everyone loved it. I was a little worried about the layering. Because, the bread doesn't lay and it just wasn't conducive to layering. But, I made it work and in the end all was good. I will make this again in a heart beat.
AnneQA Posted: 03/31/13
Used ciabatta bread, mixed all ingredients together except did layer the mozzarella, only soaked for 3 hours before baking and got rave reviews. Excellent!
shankoene Posted: 05/31/13
Kind of pricey to make, but well worth the splurge