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These open-face sandwiches of fig and prosciutto are layered with dollops of mascarpone cheese and mint leaves. You can substitute cream cheese if you can't find mascarpone.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, August 1994
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  • ChefBeff
    31 DEC, 2014
    I've been making this recipe for years. It's absolutely delicious. I've used variants with cheese when marscapone wasn't available from cream cheese to muenster. I also have used fig spread I've found when whole figs were not available. These are great hor d'oeuvres for small parties. The mint is very subtle with the prosciutto.
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