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    From Betty Crocker. These look so good in a shot glass. My vote goes for the 'Note' at the end of the directions!!

    Recipe #501854

    It’s time to take dippin’ to another level. Break away from the dip bowl!! Make your guests feel like they’re one of a kind speical. Give them individual dips! This is a great twist on the layered version. The best part about individual servings---it totally eliminates the risks of double dipping! It should be said that this recipe is very time consuming. But it definitely takes your usual layered dip up a notch and it was a hit at the last gathering. Everything can be made ahead of time and then assembled the day they’re needed. ENJOY!!

    Recipe #322396

    You can always serve this appetizer as an ordinary shrimp cocktail, with shrimp and sauce on the side (or in a martini glass). However, for a dramatic presentation and for the most effective delivery of the sauce, porcelain Chinese soup spoons are the way to go. Not only are they perfect for single servings, they eliminate the issue of "double-dipping." And, in each spoon you have the right amount of sauce to fulfill its promise of "going straight to your head." Feel free to adjust the amount of vodka in the sauce to suit your preference, either for a stronger taste or less of a bite. I promise that you'll be the talk of the town after serving this sensational (and quick and easy!) appetizer! Porcelain Chinese soup spoons are available at an inexpensive price at most Oriental supermarkets or on-line through Amazon.com.

    Recipe #497898

    Recipe #494387

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    This is a combination of King crab and avocado, what could be bad - and to top it off it is fast and healthy! Made a mistake it wasn't Saveur Magazine it was www.foodandwine.com/recipes/king-crab-and-avocado-shooters - it is from the April 2010 edition. **The computer will not allow me to post the lump crab meat (substitute) for the King crab, just know you can use it instead.Update:kcpowers reviewed the recipe and she says to use just a little aount of lemon juice and to use 5 oz glasses. :)

    Recipe #296835

    Good tapas dish or Spanish appetizer. From UK mag FRESH.

    Recipe #224064

    A very tasty and sweet parfait, for the family, the kids are going to love it!!

    Recipe #412874

    Recipe #405029

    Found this in Southern Living BBQ on Tour, April 2009 edition & tweaked it a bit! Use your favorite deli baked beans and coleslaw for a delicious easy meal that comes together in minutes. Serve with pickled okra, sliced jalapeños, caramelized onions, or freshly cracked pepper on top! Really delicious:)

    Recipe #405005

    This is a true Tex-Mex recipe concocted by a distant relative stationed at the Alamo nearly 160 years ago. According to family lore, he was out looking for some good tomatoes when Santa Ana attacked the now famous Texas landmark. Luckily, our relative kept this recipe in the lining of his coon-skin cap, and both he and his avocado dip lived to fight another day. Years later, near death from an infected Chihuahua bite, he looked deep into his son's eyes, and with his last breath, uttered the familiar phrase "Remember... the...guacamole."

    Recipe #8739

    The lime juice in this recipe will keep the guacamole from turning brown and brings it a much more interesting flavor than lemon juice. The sour cream turns it to satin.

    Recipe #20684

    Adapted from Barefoot Contessa Cookbook

    Recipe #173063

    My mom learned how to make this from a local of Guadalajara Mexico. It is very simple to make and quite delicious! It's always a big hit when I have guests over. Great for a margherita party! Serve with tortilla chips (try recipe #263512). Out of necessity, I have omitted the tomatoes and it still tastes great. I have also added a few tbsps of fresh chopped cilantro when I have it on hand.

    Recipe #287183

    31 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Serve with chips, chili,or add some to a salad.

    Recipe #51532

    Recipe #9824

    Traditional Mexican dip that can be used as a topping or with chips.

    Recipe #34233

    The French LOVE serving "Amuse Gueule" (appetisers) in shot glasses! So, I thought I would concoct a special recipe to accompany our pre-dinner aperitifs this New Year! A retro 1960's starter that I believe still has a place when served for special meals and parties, and this is so simple; it's also a great idea for a large gathering, as the glasses are small enough to nibble from whilst you sip your drinks! I used Mache (Lamb's Lettuce) in these prawn cocktail shots in the photos - but a selection of any seasonal salad leaves would be fine. The Firecracker comes from the addition of tabasco, pink peppercorns and cayenne pepper in the seafood sauce - adjust the quantities to suit your own taste - we like it piquant! Salut!

    Recipe #276495

    5 Reviews |  By BecR

    A verrine is a confection, originally from Paris, made by artfully layering ingredients in a small glass, and may be either savory or sweet. Very chic and trendy--this one is served in a shot-glass! Use the larger 2.5 to 3 ounce shotglasses, or use ramekins. Makes about 8 Verrines.

    Recipe #363926

    Recipe #308637

    This is for southern living and these are perfect for a Christmas party because they look so festive. They are also perfect for a party where all you serve are heavy hors d'oeuvres or finger foods on a buffet, for the dessert portion. The orginal suggestion is to serve them in shot glasses (bought in bulk and clear are not very expensive) but I think they look just as pretty in a wine glass or a martini glass -- you just have to adjust for the larger glass size. This recipe is also good with strawberry preserves (but then it is more strawberry shortcake bites :) ) Also, make sure you get the soft lady fingers -- not the crunchy hard ones :) Cook time is assembly time. Please add 8 shot glasses (clear) to the ingredients list. Zaar does not recognize this food! ;)

    Recipe #389743

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