Photo: Jim Franco; Styling: Joe Maer
Hands-on Time
15 Mins
Total Time
15 Mins
Makes 4 servings

How to Make It

Place greens on 4 serving plates. Top with mozzarella, peaches, and prosciutto; sprinkle with thyme. Whisk oil into lemon juice in a slow stream until blended; whisk in salt and pepper to taste. Drizzle over salads.

Riva's Trattoria, Greensboro, North Carolina

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Ratings & Reviews

JanoGreenb's Review

July 10, 2011
As a southerner living in New England (who can get her hands on decent southern peaches only a few precious weeks of summer) I LOVED THIS RECIPE! As it happened, our local raspberries were in season so I added those for more color and flavor. And with the fresh thyme right out of the garden, this is a GREAT recipe. I brought the unassembled but prepped ingredients to Tanglewood and it was a perfect summer lunch. Thank you!

detailaddict's Review

July 07, 2011
I find spelling gaffes annyoing as well, but I thought the salad was good. I used crispy, crumbled cappicola instead of prosciutto, and sliced up a whole peach for a single serving. The flavor contrast was delicious, and this is a good way to use homemade mozzarella. I would definitely make this again for a light lunch or serve this to company.

italianellasud's Review

July 05, 2011
I made this for my July 4th cookout and got rave reviews from my guest! I don't understand rating something before actually making it! It was wonderful. The super sweet peaches and the lemon dressing balanced each other perfectly. I don't care how they spelled peach - it was just delicious!

user's Review

July 05, 2011

ShadowMan's Review

July 03, 2011
pêche, pesche, peaches - a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. No matter how it's spelled, it sounds great from this computer in the peach state, Georgia. I can't wait to try it!

xxxxx1's Review

June 29, 2011
Really Southern Living? Peche? You couldn't even fact check to see if Peche was the right word in Italian? Pesche would be the correct spelling. "Peche?" Not a word. Pesca is the singular Italian word for peach, and pesche is the plural, peaches. You'd think a magazine that's been around as long as you have would have a better fact check/copy department, but guess not.