Prosciutto, Pear, and Blue Cheese Sandwiches

  • Nicholle Posted: 09/29/10
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    I made these for lunch and loved the combination of flavors. I toasted the bread in the toaster rather than broil them (just seemed easier and faster!) This will be added to my favorites!

  • Laurie18 Posted: 10/24/10
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    Made this and loved it. I did the bread like grilled cheese melted the butter then toasted the bread in a pan. The broiler seemed like a lot more work.

  • StephMerrifield Posted: 10/30/10
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    This is only five stars if you buy quality ingredients. But recipe is a keeper.

  • DinaMari Posted: 10/29/10
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    I loved this recipe but made it a lighter version since I am on weight watchers. I used 45 calorie multi grain bread, no butter and put it in the toaster. I used lite blue cheese and everything came out tasting great.

  • amyrwc Posted: 12/21/10
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    This was excellent, all of us liked it, including my teenage son, the combination of flavors was outstanding. I used balsamic vinegar for the arugula as I was out of red wine vinegar and it was great with the blue cheese,otherwise I made it exactly as written. Will definitely make it again, it was very easy for a quick weeknight dinner.

  • perryk Posted: 10/08/10
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    Of course, I love pears, prosciutto and blue cheese. Naturally, I loved this recipe, too. Perfect combination of salty and sweet. Easy to throw together. This is a new favorite!

  • GailGut Posted: 10/27/10
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    Delicious!

  • CaliforniaTeri Posted: 10/06/10
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    Very nice. I used cambozola cheese, worth the extra calories! Fast to make; my kids could easily prepare them if I were too busy.

  • kcoultas1 Posted: 11/23/10
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    Very tasty!

  • JessAK Posted: 04/21/11
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    This sandwich will knock your socks off. The combination of salty ham, the bite of blue cheese and the sweet smoothness of pears is a sensation for your tounge. My guests have unfailingly asked for the recipe EVERY time I've made them.

  • steponme Posted: 10/18/11
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    Missouri City, TX

    Good flavor combinations, but I didn't care for the texture of the prosciutto straight out of the package . I didn't have arugula on hand, so I used romain; it was very good. Next time, I will use deli ham, I think then we'll have a winner!

  • sirrah231 Posted: 11/21/11
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    We thought these were great. The flavors mix together well. I did use balsamic vinegar instead of red wine, just a preference. Be sure to invest in quality blue cheese!

  • JillyBurke Posted: 03/24/13
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    Delicious and easy.

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