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This was a hit at a dinner party that I hosted. I also made some without the artichoke hearts and used them in bloody mary's. They were great!

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Karebear07 October 15, 2008

This was a quick and tasty appetizer. I was just making this for my DH and I for an evening snack when I realized I only had about a dozen skewers. I combined the remaining ingredients to make a pasta salad and had that for dinner while I waited for the kebabs to chill--it was yummy. I think the next time I make them, I will add some roasted red pepper or sun dried tomato for extra flavor and color. Thanks for posting WiGal. Made and reviewed for ZWT4.

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MamaJ June 30, 2008

These were tasty, and easy. They do take quite a while to skewer, but afterward they look really nice. My guests and I thought there was a little something missing (though they were nearly polished off by about 10 people, so I'm not saying they were bad, by any means!). Maybe some green pepper, or marinated pepperoncini - Something with a little bite or kick - we're the kind of people who enjoy jalapenos in our sushi, though. :) I used whole wheat tortellini (and no one said anything other than did I make it? hahahahha), quartered artichoke hearts and kalamatas. Thank you for a lovely appetizer. Made for ZWT4.

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CraftScout June 15, 2008
Antipasto Kabobs