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    Appetizers, Dips & Pickles

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    11 Reviews |  By Kim127

    From Taste of Home!

    Recipe #86980

    This is a robust and delicious hot beef and cheese dip made with cream cheese, dried beef, and green onions all mixed together and stuffed into a round sourdough loaf or Shepard's loaf for a beautiful presentation. Serve with toasted bread round or crackers.

    Recipe #195638

    Cayenne makes this spicy! I'm a wimp so use less. Serve it piping hot with thick slices of warm crusty bread. Adapted from Rebecca Field Jager in her cookbook How to Make !ove and Dinner at the Same Time.

    Recipe #195643

    This is so tasty I could eat it by the spoonful. The recipe comes from my Kraft What's Cooking Magazine. If at all possible use homemade sundried tomatoes (I used Mirj's recipe #14681 - awesome!), they add so much more flavour.

    Recipe #195688

    My Mother used to make this all the time, Its so simple and so good, Use your wooden spoon and not your MixMaster, You don't want to end up with a tuna fish like texture--Don't Over Mix.

    Recipe #195538

    These can be a easy appetizer or a light dinner. I received this recipe in an email from the Campbell's site, and after we made these for a tasty dinner, I knew I had to share!

    Recipe #74301

    NOTE: the "l" in maslo is pronounced as a "w". Kanapki rarely exceed 2 inches in diameter, are often silver-dollar-sized or even smaller (bite-size). At least two different kinds of bread should be used: Light and dark. In addition to commercially available party rye and similar rounds of white canapé bread, you can also prepare your own. Rogale (Polish-style large crescent rolls available in ethnic bakeries) as well as rod-type French bread (baguettes) can be sliced into thin rounds. Bakeries usually have commercial slicers and can do the job for you on request. You can also slice away the crust from a whole, unsliced loaf of Polish rye bread, slice it, and cut the slices into circles, squares, or triangles. The canapé bread is usually spread with plain or flavored butter and topped with lettuce or other greens, cold meats, cheese, fish, or hard-boiled egg slices, and garnished with fresh or pickled veggies, sauces, and the like. Others are covered with a layer of canapé spread and decorated with colorful trimmings. Here are but a few of the many spreads possible. Each amount depends on individual tastes.

    Recipe #170925

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These can be served with sour cream or apple sauce. As a side or appetizer. My Mom made them in a blender but I think grating them is more time consuming but you'll get a better texture. I'm posting these for world tour and because my DH's requesting them!

    Recipe #141814

    Nice summer pate, you can easily double the recipe for a large crowd. I sometimes add some paprika powder. Also nice spread on a sandwich and then topped with tomato and cucumber.

    Recipe #67740

    Make these when you're by yourself, because your family will eat them faster than you can make them.

    Recipe #55716

    This is such a tasty and healthy snack, and so simple. Recipe courtesy of Cooking Light magazine, and a real "Keeper" in my family! Wonderful to dip in Ranch dressing too! The kids even ask for this as a snack!

    Recipe #137950

    A tasty appetizer for those holiday parties that is very attractive and easy to make. For an interesting and healthy variation try using turkey bacon, light mayo and spinach as substitutes. I like this recipe because there are a lot of variations that can be made with this very basic idea. I hope you like these as much as my family, they disappeared in 5 minutes flat! Cook time is refridgeration time.

    Recipe #103972

    Yummy! Just like at a restaurant! Who would have thought that just adding garlic to ranch dressing would be what makes this dish!!! I plan on using the ranch dip for other things as well.

    Recipe #178337

    These are great appetizers! They look so pretty. and are very easy to prepare. I use my Fry Daddy for these.

    Recipe #78111

    For those of us - and I know you're out there! - who really do like liverwurst. I love the stuff! This recipe came from my grandparents.

    Recipe #46294

    These are really good and have the added bonus of very little fat! We eat these often during the summer, sometimes in place of oven "fries" made with potatoes. You can add some cayenne pepper for a kick if you want. Give them a try and tell me what you think! EDIT!: Given some reviewers advice, I tried them again. 45 minutes was way too long for us, we just ended up with a crispy shell and no zucchini left. But 30 minutes was very good, keeping the taste of the zucchini, with one turn. The problem with the "flouriness" not cooking away, I've found that if you spray them VERY well with cooking spray it resolves this problem for me. I'm editing the recipe to reflect this.

    Recipe #178820

    A great way to use up an abundant zucchini crop, add some other vegetables and you have an easy to make appetizer. I usually serve this with sour cream and chives on the side.

    Recipe #185469

    Recipe #137497

    Fritters are very popular in the Middle East. They are eaten hot or at room temperature as a vegetable side dish or a meze. It couldn’t be simpler to make, but you can dress it up with optional garnishes of black olives, tomatoes, or hard-boiled egg. The perfect use for small, sweet new zucchini. Serve alone or with a creamy garlic-lemon yogurt sauce for a perfect complement to any spicy or grilled foods that call for a cooling accompaniment.

    Recipe #127269

    104 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe is from a friend's, daughter's mother-in-law (kinda like a 5th cousin twice removed and it is delicious! If you want it "HOT" just add a dozen finely chopped jalapenos. I do not water bath the jars but I am very careful with sterilizing and make sure the lids are sealed. I you feel better waterbathing them do it for 15 minutes.

    Recipe #11217

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