Think of this Grilled Peaches & Prosciutto on Sourdough as a whole lot of deliciousness piled on posh toast. It is so simple to make incredibly tasty!
Grilled peaches are delicious!
If you haven’t tried grilling your peaches you haven’t lived! I’ve been seeing them all over social media at the moment. And seeing as it is peach season I had to make a recipe!
When choosing peaches for grilling, you want to pick ones that are firmer than you would typically eat. These hold their shape well whilst being grilled. It also means you can usually grill them as soon as you’ve bought them and you don’t have to wait a few days for them to ripen fully!
Grilled Peaches & Prosciutto on Sourdough – Elevated posh toast
This Grilled Peaches & Prosciutto on Sourdough is essentially posh toast. You could also think of it as an open toasted sandwich. However you want to think of it, it is delicious. I’m really into sourdough bread at the moment. It’s such a delicious bread and really lends itself to being toasted. If you don’t want to you use sourdough, you could use any thick crusty bread.
Shake up your lunch!
I did some quick googling and the the top four most popular lunch choices here in the UK are sandwiches. And pretty basic sandwiches at that! People also seem to get stuck in a rut of what they have for their lunches. This Grilled Peaches & Prosciutto on Sourdough is just what you need to shake up your lunch.
This would make the perfect weekend lunch but it is also easy to take with you midweek. You can grill the peaches at home and then assemble at work. I am assuming that most workplaces at least have a toaster!
Make these for a starter or canapé
These Grilled Peaches & Prosciutto on Sourdough can easily be made as a starter or canapé. You could cut the slices of bread from a large sourdough loaf in half for a smaller portion. Alternatively you could use a smaller sourdough baguette.
Grilled Peaches & Prosciutto on Sourdough
- 3 peaches
- 1½ tsp oil vegetable or sunflower
- 4 slices sourdough bread
- 8 slices Prosciutto
- 75 g soft goat's cheese
Stone the peaches and cut each into 8 slices. Brush each side of the peach slices with oil
Heat a griddle pan over a medium heat. When hot, lay the peaches on one of the cut sides. Leave to grill for 2-3 minutes before turning over to the other side
Finish by grilling the peaches on the skin side for one minute
Cut the sourdough into thick slices and toast
Spread each slice of toasted sourdough with goat's cheese before topping with the prosciutto and grilled peaches
Nutritional information is given as a guide only.