The party mood has set in and the d-day has arrived. You are kind of nervous about the soirée, specially with regards to the food. You are confident about the main course but are a shifty about the appetizers. You do not want to compromise on the recipes because they are going to lead the way and reflect as to how good or bad the main course is going to be.
Or whether the main course will even be touched or not because the appetizers were so good. Then what options do you have on the platter? Read on to get an idea on how to dole out some tasty appetizers. These are pretty easy to make, so you shouldn't have a problem while doing so.
What you need is 9-ounce box frozen artichoke hearts, 2/3 cup cooked chopped spinach, 1 teaspoon lemon pepper, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and 18 thinly sliced brie.
Pre-heat the broiler and make the artichoke hearts according to directions. Follow that up by combining spinach, lemon, pepper and salt in a bowl. Now just top each artichoke with the spinach mixture and brie. Broil the artichokes until the cheese melts. This is one of the healthier appetizer recipes for a party.
Have cucumber, carrots, bell pepper, and green onions finely chopped as a side dish. Prepare the sauce by mixing the soy sauce, lime juice, honey, garlic, a teaspoon of vegetable (or olive) oil, and red pepper flakes.
Follow it up by stirring these contents together and then mix with vegetables till they have blended together. In lettuce leaves, scoop this vegetable mixture and make a roll. Serve with the dip left over.
The Ultimate Favorite
How can this be missed? Yes I am talking about pigs in a blanket! Have loads of it ready because it is going to be devoured like crazy by the guests ( Uh, do I need to give the recipe?).
These were some of the simplest and most convenient appetizers to make the party a hit. There are zillions of others like grilled figs, spring rolls, deviled eggs (mashed egg yolks blended well with mayo mustard and salt filled in egg whites), meatballs, and so on.