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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.
If your guests were expecting the standard cocktail wienie appetizer they ll be pleasantly surprised when they bite into this sweet and spicy treat. Combine the ingredients in your crockpot set it on low heat and let cook for about 2 hours. Check to make sure the apples and onions are just cooked through but not turning to mush then serve warm. Meatball Bites - Those little meatballs swimming around in barbecue sauce are tasty but are they special enough for your holiday event? Go ahead and make your mini meatballs out of your favorite recipe but when it comes to the sauce it s time to do something special. Beer is the ingredient that kicks this appetizer recipe up a couple pegs. This Tangy Meatball Appetizer will have your guests wondering what makes the sauce so yummy.
Who doesn t love a good party? There always seems to be a reason to celebrate: birthdays holidays special occasions and graduations - all great opportunities. Planning a party however can be a lot more difficult than attending one. One of the biggest headaches of party-planning can be organizing the food. Many people would opt for the choice to go potluck having each guest bring a small platter of appetizers but you are the host /hostess of the century so you ve got to some standards to live up to. Don t let this scare you though. Party hors d oeuvres don t have to be snooty concoctions with complex names that no one can pronounce. When planning what kind of food to serve always go with easy party appetizers. This is a great idea because it allows your guests to have a variety of food options thus making everyone happy.