Roasted Eggplant And Garlic Bruschetta Vegan Soy Free Roasted Aubergine With Tahini Pomegranate
This is a key rule to follow when preparing food of any nature not just appetizers for a party. Try making your own hummus to serve with crispy pita wedges instead of buying the ready-made stuff. Or you could buy a couple of baguettes slice them open and stuff them with gourmet cheeses and deli meats bake them long enough to melt the cheese and then slice them into mini-sandwiches. These are just a couple of ideas but let your imagination take you where you want to go! Just remember that fresh is always best! 3. Ask! What are some of your guests favorite foods? This can help you get some ideas for your appetizers. Think about the people you re cooking for. Does anyone have food allergies diabetes or other dietary concerns? Are you focusing on a vegan vegetarian or carnivorous crowd? Most importantly you want to have something for everyone at the party so it never hurts to have a tray of fresh veggies or fruit for those who might have food allergies or dietary restrictions.
Like dim sum pieces of sushi are another example of bite sized morsels that can be eaten in many varieties rather than a full course meal. Sushi has been traditionally served in Japanese restaurants although in recent years sushi bars (i.e. that serve only sushi and beverages) have become very popular. The ingredients of these gourmet appetizers include prawns and raw tuna wrapped around rice balls and then dipped in soy sauce and horse radish to perk up the flavor of the morsel. At a sushi bar you can typically order sushi rolls that are sliced up into bite sized pieces and individual pieces for as much as you can eat (and afford to spend!). Tea is also the preferred beverage when eating sushi. As with dim sum you can order sushi as a gourmet appetizer preceding a full course meal if eating in a Japanese restaurant.
But instead of just dumping some mixed nuts in a bowl why not cook up a batch to surprise your holiday guests? Because pecans are often associated with sweet snacks and desserts these Cajun Style Pecans will be quite the surprise indeed! Choose the spices that you would normally associate with a good Cajun dish. You ll probably want ground onion and garlic of course and cayenne pepper chili powder oregano basil and thyme. Mix these together then add to some melted butter and pecans in your crockpot. Cover your crockpot and turn it to high for about 10 minutes then uncover and turn to low. Continue cooking on low uncovered for about 2 hours. Stir the contents a few times to keep the pecans coated and toasting evenly. After they re done cooking just cool the pecans by spreading them on a baking sheet rack or paper towels.