Chef's hat off to my 10 year old DS. While making brushetta for a neighbor's BBQ I found I still had quite a bit of french baguette bread left and my little Chef in the making came up with this recipe. Funny thing was that the guests scarfed up his recipe faster than my brushetta. Very kid friendly recipe and the adults raved too. You probably could add some pizza sauce too, but I had none and it didn't seem to matter. If you try these, please write a review as I have a very anxious DS waiting to read them :)
For a splash of a meal or very impressive appetizers. Fantastic lead in at a wedding supper. From my old site: I was debating this. I really was debating until I googled the price tag at Yacovelli's. Ok but for me to drive there would cost me a LOT more and I don't think they deliver.
Easy to make baked version of the delicious filled Indian sandwiches. Vegetarian, mild and so simple. Make it spicier if you wish by adding more curry powder or a bit of cayenne. I adapted this from a Pillsbury bake-off winning recipe. Great snack, appetizer, or main dish! Serve with this yummy honey sauce!
This hummus is so good on warm pita triangles or even with cucumbers, radishes, carrots and/or green onions. The combination of ingredients really makes this hummus bi tahini a truly wonderful Mediterranean dish. I may never eat plain hummus again. This recipe was inspired and created for RSC #7.
These can be used as an appetizer or a side with a hearty soup. The mixture can be made up to one day ahead and then all you have to do is broil wedges for about 1 minute. Found it on Cooking Light, January 2006 edition.
This is from the menu of the Court of Two Sisters, a charming restaurant on Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. In the same location, two sisters really did run a shop from 1886 until they died within 2 months of each other in 1924. The property has been operated as a restaurant since 1963.
This is my kind of Super ball food! If you don't like endive spread it in crackers or use as a dip for vegies. Use as a condiment for a sandwich or serve with grilled chicken.I`ve also added 1/4 cup diced red onions to the mixture.
This is my version of an old tried and true party and buffet recipe, the major difference being that cooking the meatballs in the sauce is what helps flavor the sauce, much better than using pre-cooked meatballs, and the homemade meatballs are better seasoned and taste much better than store-bought.
Most Fridays I bake my own Challahs which taste so good that my family wants something to put on their slices. When I first moved to Vienna my sister-in-law served this for the same purpose & I've been making it ever since as nothing could be easier!