Roasted Red Pepper Tapenade
Roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts and garlic are the main flavors in this bright tapenade. This simple recipe can be used as a dip for vegetables and pita triangles or as a sandwich spread.
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Connie's Zucchini "Crab" Cakes
These really taste like crab cakes but without the crab, and are a really good way to utilize that bumper crop of zucchini!
Mexina Salsa Verde
If you love to kick up your favorite dishes — this green tomato salsa verde with jalapeño peppers is the perfect sauce! It is very easy, fast and delicious!
Chicken Artichoke Bacon Dip
This dip was a successful trial. I had extras of odd things and they tasted really good together! Rinsing the artichoke hearts removes most of the brine. I prefer that because I do not like very salty foods. You can skip this step if you'd like it saltier. Put as many of the ingredients in a food processor as you can and let 'er rip! You really can not mess it up.
Boneless chicken wrapped with bacon and pineapple. My family loves these. You could dip them into spicy mustard if desired.
Strawberry Goat Cheese Bruschetta
The way the tangy, slightly salty goat cheese works with the syrupy, balsamic-coated strawberries and crispy, charred bread is a thing of beauty.
Quick Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil Hummus
Just a few ingredients make this hummus easy to whip up on a moment's notice. Serve with chips, pita wedges, or crackers. Great on burgers and sandwiches too. Enjoy!
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A wonderful versatile Latin sauce originating in Spain with amazing flavors. It can be served with grilled chicken, fish and seafood, as a sauce for pasta, or alone as a dip. Once you try this, you will be hooked! Try using hazelnuts instead of the almonds. Can be stored in the refrigerator for 1 week. Tastes are enhanced if allowed to sit for a few hours.
Texas Caviar with Avocado
A delicious party dip with beans, tomatoes, onions, and lots of diced avocado. A variation on 'Texas Caviar'; one bite and you won't leave the bowl. Serve with 'scoop' tortilla chips.