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Antipasto on a Stick

Rated as 5 out of 5 Stars

"These make-ahead, quick appetizers are a party-favorite!"
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10 m servings 183
Original recipe yields 8 servings


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  1. Thread each salami roll, mozzarella cheese, olive, tomato, artichoke heart, and basil roll onto each toothpick, respectively. Arrange toothpicks on a serving platter and drizzle olive oil over each.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 183 calories; 15.3 3.4 8.4 31 696 Full nutrition

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Easy, fun, festive way to feed a crowd. I bought a salami stick and cut in into chunks rather than using slices.

This is a cute idea for a snack or a different way of having an unusual salad. You really don't need that much olive oil though, in fact it's even good without any oil.

I was asked to make an antipasto to bring to a small Italian Dinner party. After considering just doing a meat platter, I found this recipe. How perfect it was!!!! I found small marinated mo...

Great appetizer! I used chunks of salami rather than slices. My tomatoes were really bland so I marinated them for an hour in the artichoke marinade and I feel that added some additional flavor....

I used less oil and folded the salami in half and then in half again to make it triangular on the stick. Made it look more decorative. Yes, I'll make it again! Took it to a dinner party. Most gu...

Very good as is! You can adjust the oil to your own liking or not have it at all. I added a little balsamic vinegar to my oil and drizzled that over. Very very good!

I used marinated fresh mozzarella, marinated mushrooms, cherry tomatoes. Then I drizzled some of the marinade from the mushrooms and some from the fresh mozzarella over it. Next time I'll add th...

I made these for a garden party recently. I followed the directions except I added a drizzle of dipping oil over. They were very tasty. I would suggest an artichoke quarter instead of the tortol...

This was a big hit. Easy to put together and can be made ahead. It's a keeper.