If you’re planning a party, it can be tough to come up with ideas for easy, unique and delicious finger foods for your guests to enjoy. This article gives ingredient lists and instructions for three scrumptious appetizers that look tempting on the platter.
1. Salmon Dip
Salmon dip is very easy to make, full of flavor, and goes with most chips or crackers. It can also be used as a fantastic spread for crostini.
12 ounce tub of whipped cream cheese Pouch of smoked salmon (found near the canned tuna at grocery stores) 1 tsp. lemon juice Garlic salt to taste
Place all ingredients in a mixing bowl, making sure to include the oil the salmon is packed in. Mix well with a fork. Serve with tortilla chips, potato chips, and a variety of snack crackers.
2. Shrimp Wontons
Wontons are an attractive, unique, and especially tasty appetizer.
Small can tiny shrimp (found near the canned tuna at grocery stores) 8 ounce package cream cheese 5 green onions 2 tsp. Worschesthire sauce Wonton wrappers (usually found with the produce at the grocery store) Vegetable oil
Pour vegetable oil, three inches deep, into a pot. Place pot on a stove set to medium-high heat. Drain the oil the shrimp is packaged in. Chop the green onions into small pieces. Place shrimp, cream cheese, green onions and Worschesthire sauce into a mixing bowl. Mix well with a fork. Drop about a tablespoon of the mix in the middle of a wonton wrapper. Wet the edges of the wonton wrapper with just a bit of water. Fold the wonton wrapper in half diagonally to form a triangle. Press the edges of the wonton wrapper together with a fork to form a tight seal. Carefully lower wontons into oil. Allow wontons to cook approximately two minutes, then gently turn over and repeat on the other side. When they are golden-brown, remove wontons from oil and place on a plate lined with paper towels. Leave the wontons on the plate for five minutes to cool and to allow excess oil to drain onto the paper towels. Dab any remaining excess oil from the wontons with paper towels. Serve wontons with hot Chinese mustard, sweet and sour sauce and cocktail sauce.
3. Asparagus Bites
Asparagus bites are one of the easiest, quickest, and most palate-pleasing finger foods you can make.
Pickled asparagus Smoked turkey cold-cuts Cream Cheese
Spread a thin layer of cream cheese on a cold cut. Roll a spear of pickled asparagus in the cold cut. Hold the rolled cold cut in place with three toothpicks. Cut the prepared cold cut into three portions, keeping the toothpicks in place. Serve.
The snacks detailed in this article are very easy and require little to no practice. You can confidently serve even the fussiest of your friends these delightfully easy treats.