This is easy and always a big hit at my get togethers, it's great with mini meatballs or Lil Smokies, to make it ever more easier purchase ready made frozen cooked small meatballs or you can make your own and cook them first, I use recipe#69173 see bottom of recipe for baking times --- this is great to take to a potluck :)
I first tried this buffalo chicken wing dip at my neighbor's picnic. A friend of theirs brought it and we munched on it all night til it was gone! I love this recipe for picnics, potlucks and tailgate parties. It's a much less messy way of enjoying chicken wings. My oldest son loves it. You can make it as spicy hot as you want...or leave it mild. It's best served warm, but you can also eat it cool.
This is a super easy and great tasting cheese ball. A friend shared this recipe with my mother some 30+ years ago and even though we may try another recipe - we just keep coming back to this one again and again.
Cooking time is time to soften cheese and chill time.
These pot stickers are 100% better than any you can buy and well worth the extra effort. I like to make them and then freeze them so all you have to do is the final steps just before you serve them. I make them every Christmas to have as a quick appetizer. One review commented that she had trouble with them sticking together when she defrosted them - I have not had this happen however to be sure it doesn't happen to you defrost them separated. I have also fried them directly from the freezer. They only take a few seconds more to cook.
An interesting change from guacamole, served directly on tortilla chips or crackers.
Add more hot pepper sauce for a bigger kick if you want!
You can leave it plain or add one of the suggested toppings below.
From Food and Drink Magazine.
Had this in TEXAS a couple of years ago! My SIL Kathie turned me on to it!
Sushi without the fish, Nori, and trouble of making it! OK she just had the soy but darn the pickeled ginger is so good! This is so quick and easy!!!!! It'll satisfy that I WANT SUSHI need! I myself can eat one a day!
I like creamy hummus, no chalky hummus for this girl!
This is a slightly modified recipe from my favorite vegetarian book 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes. For enhanced flavor, use homemade tahini (see recipe #126641). The hummus must be prepared several hours in advance for best flavor. Do not substitute dried parsley for fresh.
I got this recipe over 10 years ago from a friend at work. Since then, I have always had to make a double recipe for Thanksgiving. There is never any left. Just grab a few crackers and start dipping! I have only made this with an electric skillet. Also, I use the artichokes that are already quartered as they mix more easily than bigger chunks. Fat-free or low-fat mayonnaise is okay and helps reduce the fat content of the dip.