My Mum always made these tasty and easy to make appetizers on Christmas morning. We would snack on them while opening presents and it would make the wait for the big Christmas dinner much easier. You will need toothpicks for this recipe.
A warm, flavor-filled dish that can be prepared far in advance. A good pick for large groups, or small dish that's not too heavy of a dinner. It can also be varied in several ways. This dish does not need to be cooked and can be served cold.
This is the way my mother made them when I was growing up. And they were always a treat. The sauce is from another recipe on here but I found that it perfectly balances out the saltiness of the bacon and soy sauce.
This is a rich, delicious dip that can be served with tortilla chips or pieces of Hawaiian bread. It's an absolute hit at all parties. Here are a few suggested garnishes: shredded Monterey jack cheese, Parmesan cheese, sliced mushrooms, or bread crumbs.
This simple twist on green bean casserole uses prepared Alfredo sauce for a base. The green beans and sauce combined with water chestnuts, roasted red peppers, ripe olives, and French-fried onions creates a dish with great flavor, color, and texture. Experiment with your microwave's timing to cook this in a casserole dish for a speedier version that works just as well.
These potstickers are a fun twist on dish that was once an option only for omnivores. This is vegan friendly, and though it may take a while if one opts to use a knife as opposed to a Cuisinart® food processor, they are very worthwhile and delicious. Serve with soy sauce, a chile sauce, or a sweet teriyaki sauce.
This cauliflower dish is very simple and mild in taste. It is inspired by Momofuku Ko's skate dish. They used this cauliflower, olive, and water chestnut combination as the side dish. I was blown away - the crispy texture of water chestnut works perfectly with the soft and earthy taste of the cauliflower.
Necessity is the mother of invention - and this recipe! After discovering that we didn't have the ingredients for our original Thanksgiving appetizer, we created this out of the ingredients we did have. Now we have a new holiday favorite and a great dip to take to parties and tailgates! Serve with pita chips.
I love shrimp toast from the Chinese restaurants. Some restaurants make them really well and some do not. I love to cook and wanted to give it a try. I set out my search for a good tasting recipe. After trying several, I came up with my own! My recipe will knock your socks off! I have to stop myself from eating them before I finish my batch.
I looked high and low for tofu lettuce wrap recipes and could not find one single recipe on the web that hit the spot, so I made up my own. This is delicious and, although it takes a little preparation, it's totally worth it. Serve with some Chinese-style hot mustard.
A classic takeout favorite made at home in your Instant Pot®. This recipe uses chicken breast to keep it on the lean side, but the chicken is tenderized to maintain a velvety texture. Serve over white rice.