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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.
Just remember these key rules when deciding what to make. 1. Presentation is everything. Coordinate your easy party appetizers with the party theme by using decorative platters and adding a little flair to your food. Think about the theme of your party. For example if you re throwing a Hawaiian-themed party you probably won t want to serve caviar or Italian-style appetizers. Try using recipes that have ingredients commonly found in native Hawaiian food. Use your imagination. Also remember that food only looks as good as the dish you re serving it on so choose platters in solid bold colors. And for a little extra fun stick the food with colorful toothpicks plastic swords or cocktail umbrellas (whatever goes with your theme). 2. Use simple fresh and quality ingredients.
When people talk of appetizers they usually relate them to parties and other social events. Appetizers are definitely used for such occasions but they could also be used every day. Everyone has had to search for a sweet taste and something that always flatters them. In our daily lives we sometimes get bored by looking at the same mundane food even if the food is good. Therefore there was need to come up with something to kick start our appetite and make us look forward for the next dish on the menu. Something little sweet and delicious will make one pant and however horrible the food after is our minds are set to enjoy. This last statement may be controversial but the idea is a little taste of something great will send a mental signal that one needs to fill his or her stomach regardless of which taste.