We love the unexpected addition of bacon—it complements the moist crab and makes each bite sinfully delicious. Serve this appetizer with French bread to mop up the remaining juices. Depending on the formality of your event, you can present these claws in ramekins or other small dishes to really impress your visitors. The spice in this easy summer appetizer comes from a dose of dried crushed red pepper. If you prefer milder fare, simply skip the pepper and enjoy the other tasty flavors of marinated tuna and fresh mango.
Pro tip: The recipe calls for broiling each skewer, but you can also grill them if you want more of a smoky aroma. Place them on the grill over medium-high heat and cook for about one minute on each side. The simple Italian-inspired flavors of these mini pizzas are perfect for warm summer evenings, and the process of making the pizzas can be fun for everyone! Bruschetta may be a traditional Italian antipasto, but our take on this easy summer appetizer has a Greek twist.
Small shrimp are tossed with chopped plum tomatoes, garlic, feta cheese, lemon juice, and a dash of Greek seasoning. While the toasted baguette slices on the bottom help soak up all the juices. Pro tip: Be sure to pick out shrimp that are on the smaller size. Anything too large becomes unwieldy and has a tendency to overpower the rest of the ingredients.
We love that four simple ingredients can make an easy summer appetizer with such complex flavors! Baby sweet peppers, chorizo, goat cheese, and cream cheese are the only ingredients you need to make these stuffed peppers. Garnish if you want to make these a little more photogenic, or leave them as they are and simply enjoy the taste. Recipe: Tomato Feta Bites.
This easy Mediterranean-style appetizer has only six ingredients, so prep is a breeze! Frozen puff pastry cut into bite-size pieces serves as the base, while fresh tomato slices act as a wonderfully juicy foil. Chopped olives and crumbled feta cheese sprinkled over the top—along with a drizzle of olive oil—add some Greek flair. Baking allows the flavors to mix, and a final flourish of chopped herbs makes for a long and savory finish. You can make sure that there will be a bite of crab in each scoop and up the spice factor—or bring it down—by adding hot sauce to suit your taste.
Combining and heating all the ingredients before adding the crab keeps it from getting too tough. Oysters are the obvious stars on this riff on a classically coastal appetizer. Shucking the oysters is the greatest challenge of this recipe; mixing up the pickled ginger salsa is easy, and it makes the perfect accompaniment. Want another perfect accompaniment?
With only six components in the entire recipe, this summer appetizer keeps it simple and light. And that despite a small dose of cream cheese. The key is not only the small number of ingredients to keep the flavors from getting too complicated , but the act of blending them all together to introduce some airiness. Serve with unflavored and unseasoned crostini or crackers to keep the focus on the dip itself, not the accompaniment.
Gazpacho—the famed chilled Spanish soup—can be intimidating—yet it also makes for a delicious, refreshing, and unique offering at any summer soiree. Serve with crusty bread to sop up any tangy remains. With delicious, fresh ingredients, this summer appetizer is guaranteed to wow. Customize with daikon radish, enoki mushrooms, and radish sprouts on the side. Bite-size crab cakes mean you get to eat as many as you want, right? We think so!
These panko-crusted beauts are delicious on their own, and make for perfect party finger foods. You will be after whipping together this tart and tangy version in your food processor. Pair with a wheat beer such as Allagash White from Portland, Maine. We love this easy summer appetizer, not least of all because it consists of only two ingredients.
Simply marinate some fresh mozzarella balls in a mixture of Italian vinaigrette and spices, wrap them in strips of prosciutto, secure with a toothpick, and voila!
When it comes to Romas and Goats, you can definitely judge a book by its cover. This dish—halved Roma tomatoes stuffed with goat cheese—is an eye-catcher. Just de-seed the tomatoes, fill with cheese, coat in a savory panko and parmesan mixture, and bake in the oven until lightly browned. We recommend allowing it to cool to room temperature before serving so the cheese is extra gooey.
Ever wanted to channel your inner sushi chef?
With this recipe, you can join their esteemed ranks. While not as involved as anything you might order at your local sushi counter, these crab salad rolls are equally delicious, and they feed a crowd. Dijon mustard, lemon juice, and avocado balance the sweetness of the mango and sweet onion. Lettuce adds some necessary crunch. And our homemade ginger-plum is just plain addictive. In the dead of summer, the last thing you want to do is add more heat to your kitchen. You'll want to pop these spicy snacks into your mouth all night long — and, they're made with bananas and nothing fried, so there's really nothing to stop you from doing so.
Keep a can of chickpeas stashed in the pantry, so a big bowl of hummus is never more than 15 minutes away.
Three ingredients, five minutes — keep this so-simple recipe in your back pocket for all "forgot about the party" moments. Flaky pastry cups can be stuffed with all things delicious i. Consider them a party staple. This bright, light bruschetta is so easy to assemble — just mash beans, mix with lemon and seasonings, then spread on toasted bread. Sure, these stuffed endives look fancy enough for a swanky cocktail party. But really, they're easy enough to make any night of the week.
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