Shrimp Antipasto

This makes a beautiful appetizer for a crowd. My favorite way to serve it is on the appetizer table allowing guests to use a decorative toothpick to spear their servings. It can also be drained and served on lettuce leaves. The leftovers will keep for several days in the fridge.

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6hrs 30mins
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  • Combine lemon juice, thyme, sugar, and Dijon in bowl and then slowly whisk in oil. Set aside. Combine shrimp, cheese, olives, peppers in large bowl. Cover with vinaigrette and marinate overnight or at least 6 hours. Add salami just before serving. Drain and serve on lettuce leaves or just place bowl at appetizer table and allow guests to use decorative toothpicks to spear nibbles.
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"This makes a beautiful appetizer for a crowd. My favorite way to serve it is on the appetizer table allowing guests to use a decorative toothpick to spear their servings. It can also be drained and served on lettuce leaves. The leftovers will keep for several days in the fridge."
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  1. CallieF
    This makes a beautiful appetizer for a crowd. My favorite way to serve it is on the appetizer table allowing guests to use a decorative toothpick to spear their servings. It can also be drained and served on lettuce leaves. The leftovers will keep for several days in the fridge.
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