Italian dry-cured ham

Prosciutto crudo, often just shorten to prosciutto, is a type of Italian ham. It involves a long curing process in which it is salted.[1] It is usually sliced thinly and served raw. Different regions of Italy have a different process and name for the food.

Prosciutto di Parma with melon in plate
Prosciutto di Parma


  1. Meadow, The. "How is Prosciutto Made?". The Meadow. Retrieved 2021-05-20.