Cocktail parties are fun when there is an array of little appetizers to choose from to go with the drinks. But it's not fun when you have to be the one to create that array of mini foods. Don't worry, I have three recipe ideas for you to try out. They are not hard at all to make, and with one batch, you can make many portions for your guests.
You will need an immersion or stick blender to make the creams, but the cooking doesn't require much effort, so if you don't think you have chef skills, don't worry. You will still impress a crowd with these fabulous cocktail-glass recipes. If you are making a lot and don't want to wash the glasses, then buy disposable cocktail glasses. Let the party begin!
Papaya, lime, curry, sesame seeds — yes, the whole appetizer shouts exotic. The blend of flavors creates a wonderful base for the grilled shrimp. It's definitely an interesting combination of flavors to try.
Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 15 minutes | Total time: 25 minutes
Of the three appetizers, this one is the tastiest. When I take a spoonful, my mouth explodes from the delicious combination of smoked salmon and lightly spicy guacamole. In this appetizer, they make a perfect match.
Prep time: 15 minutes
When I was growing up, I loved lentils cooked with little shrimp. Then I made my own lentil dish with bits of bacon, and I loved that too. In this appetizer, I decided to put both ingredients into one dish (or glass), and sure enough, the newly combined flavors worked well together.
Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 35 minutes | Total time: 45 minutes
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