Fig and Duck Prosciutto Salad
Using a vegetable peeler, make thin strips of cucumber. This makes for nice ribbons and a more subtle taste than your average cucumber slice. If you're lucky, you have access to fresh figs; otherwise, a good dried fig will do. Toss the cucumbers, figs, spinach and prosciutto in a bowl.
To serve: Divide the salad among individual plates and drizzle each serving with some olive oil and then some balsamic reduction. (You can buy a reduction from the store or you can just set some balsamic vinegar on medium heat and simmer until reduced by half.)
NotesCook's Note: For an easy charcuterie experience, make your own duck prosciutto. This is essentially a salt-cured duck breast that is wrapped and hung until it loses about 20 percent of its mass. Make sure to slice the prosciutto as thinly as possible.
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