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    Party Food

    A collection of recipes--mostly untried--that sound great for parties.
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    4 Reviews |  By *Alia*

    This is delicious and easy to make. Great on crackers and with nachos.

    Recipe #252821

    Here's a great recipe for crackers to use at Christmas. I've made this several ways, instead of just hamburger I've used a combination of ground deer and ground beef or ground moose and beef. You could probably use any combination of meat but I suggest adding a non-lean ground meat such as beef or pork because you don't want it to be too dry. I have cooked this on the second day and it's pretty much the same as the fourth day but you should let it sit for a minimum of 24 hours with at least one good mix during that time.

    Recipe #193932

    This is a soft, creamy dip that goes well with veggies, tortilla chips, or bagel chips. Do not use whipped cream cheese. Prep time is chill time. **Update: After reading Parsley's review, I changed the ingredients to read 1/4 cup red onion, since onions can vary in strength so much. Better to start with a smaller quantity and add more if you'd like.

    Recipe #189951

    This really does have a lovely spicy flavor. The honey adds a little extra depth, too. Try it with apples and grapes--you could even use it as a fruit salad dressing! Prep time is chill time.

    Recipe #189948

    3 Reviews |  By 54

    i'm always looking for a quick and easy recipe for low-key, bring-a-dish-to-share-if-you-feel-like-it type parties. this one definitely works. all of the seasonings are to taste and can easily be swapped out for other things. a few notes: if you can't find strawberry tomatoes, any other bite-sized type will work just fine. add the garlic one clove at a time and taste after each addition. you can always add more if you like. if you can't find lemon olive oil, normal olive oil and lemon juice work nicely. lastly, if you can't get fresh herbs, try looking for flavored feta. failing that, i'm sure dried would be ok too.

    Recipe #186699

    A very easy way to make snack mix. If desired, reduce the cereals to 3 cups each and add 3 cups of corn chips.

    Recipe #180205

    1 Reviews |  By Tendoy5

    One of my father's favorites - from the Beefsteak Mining Company. I use the frozen orange juice and lemonade in cans so I can reuse the cans for measuring everything else.

    Recipe #173759

    A great fiery little snack! Salty, sweet, spicy, yummo! Adapted from the Almond Board.

    Recipe #172633

    I'm not sure if it taste like chocolate chip cookie dough exactly because of the cream cheese, but it is very good. You can serve this dip with graham crackers, vanilla wafer cookies or pretzels. I love it for when I need a sweet dessert but don't have the time to bake cookies. Cook time is cooling time for the butter mixture.

    Recipe #171792

    This egg filling is of coarse wonderful on any type of bread. I use President's Choice brand of salad seasoning or you can use McCormick's Salad Supreme. Please adjust all amounts to taste. Plan ahead the egg mixture needs to chill for a minimum of 5 hours before using. To make slicing the bread easier, freeze for about 20 minutes before filling. If you want you can double the amount of filling and use more than 2 tablespoons on each sandwich. Using the amounts listed in this recipe will give you 44 small finger sandwiches, you can make these hours in advance, cover and chill until ready to serve.

    Recipe #170685

    7 Reviews |  By herby

    We had something similar to this in a restaurant called Black Bean Hummus and this is my re-creation that everyone loves. It's heart healthy too!

    Recipe #167693

    1 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Adapted from a recipe in Simply Delicious, this colorful dip is very easy to make.

    Recipe #166075

    From the March 2006 issue of Cooking Light. These are an excellent starter with the Mushroom and Garlic Pizza recipe I am posting and a tossed green salad. When I prepared these, I only had small salad tomatoes on hand (about the size of large cherry tomatoes)...they were perfect bites of flavor.

    Recipe #161970

    The perfect addition to your next party ! It's pretty, delicious and a great conversation piece. I created this recipe after deciding the one in the booklet would be very sweet.

    Recipe #160174

    From the latest issue of Bon Appetit April 2006. We made this on the weekend but instead of stuffing the half egg slices, the mixture was mashed to make egg salad sandwiches! Just in time for Easter....

    Recipe #159531

    A few years ago I was looking through a mini Kraft cookbook and came across this recipe - everytime I make it I'm asked for the recipe! It is refreshing and very tasty. It's excellent with corn chips, but I think it would go nicely on some grilled chicken or fish, too.

    Recipe #151289

    I created this decorative fruit centerpiece for our holiday appetizer buffet.It was very easy, and I made it the night before. With more time, you can make it even nicer ! I served it with White Chocolate Fruit Dip # 137738

    Recipe #149494

    Habanero peppers are fiery, so wear gloves while chopping them. To tame the sauce, substitute a jalapeño or poblano pepper. You can make the won tons ahead of time, freeze them, and bake just before serving. Cooking Light, SEPTEMBER 2002

    Recipe #148332

    These are absolutely delightful ! A friend of mine gave this recipe to me recently and I have already made these 3 times in 1 week! You can make these with plain tortillas but I used the red (sundried tomato tortilla) and green (spinach tortilla) to add some festive colour to the Holiday season! These have been gobbled up quickly wherever I take them and will not disappoint. They are almost too pretty to eat...but just try and stop them! Easy to make, festive looking and totally delicious ! What more could you ask for in an appetizer?

    Recipe #148320

    A very easy appetizer. Make as much or as little as you like. I've had this delicious recipe for over 25 years and got it from a caterer.

    Recipe #146682

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