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What “to-die-for appetizer” do you make for a party?  I am looking for a half dozen fabulous appetizer’s to make for an afternoon garage party where there will be neighbors of all ages...

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      June64 wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Pepperoni Puffs - serve with warm sauce for dipping. They are easy to make.

      1c all-purose flour
      1t baking powder
      1c milk
      1 egg beaten
      1 c shredded cheddar cheese
      1 1/2 c pepperoni, diced.

      Combine flour, baking powder, milk, egg and cheese; mix well.  Stir in pepperoni; let stand 15 min.  Spoon into greased mini muffin cups, 3/4 full.

      Bake- 350 degrees - 25 to 35 min, until golden

      Makes 2 doz.
      Serve with dipping pizza sauce.




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      Nyterisa wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • We call this “crack” because it is so addicting.

      Cream cheese softened
      Scallions
      Ham
      Bacon Bits

      Amounts of scallions, ham and bacon bits is up to you on how much you want in there.

      chop the scallions up small and the ham in small chunks, mix with the soft cream cheese  and bacon bits serve with crackers




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Term I posted a new appetizer this morning in the food group did you see it? It’s called burger potato bites? These are sooooooooooooooooo awesome my grand baby loves them and we do too.




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      Janet Wooley wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • I love veggie trays, I put cubed cheese olives and pickles on mine along w/all the veggies and it gets eaten everytime.




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      Terri Quinn wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Fruit trays always seem to go over well when it’s hot out  and what about a cheese tray with some little sausage link’s on tooth pick’s.




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      Pamela Hutson wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Baked brie cheese..........

      Take 1 puff pastry sheet, one brie cheese wheel, [Link Removed] pine nuts..........

      lay down the puff pastry, set brie wheel in the middle and spread with pesto and sprinkle with pine nuts.  Bundle the puff pastry around the brie wheel and brush with egg whites.  Bake at 350 F for approximately 15 minutes or until golden brown.  Serve hot with crostini or crackers, sliced apples, spiced pecans for a nice fruit/cheese and crack presentation.


      Pj122961, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.




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      Susan Dahringer wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • For me,it’s a great shrimp cocktail...Or Crab puffs




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      Pamela Hutson wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • The link I tried putting in was for a Sun-dried tomato pesto............that is the KEY to the baked brie........

      Another variation is to use pumpkin butter and walnuts or pecans instead of the pesto and pine nuts.




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      Pam Koppel wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • A friend made this recipe for Walnut Balls for a Christmas party we attended this year. She served them on a bed of spaghetti with tomato sauce. They are delicious!

      2cups ground walnuts
      2 cups Italian bread crumbs
      1 fine chopped yellow onion sauteed in olive oil
      pinch of ground sage, oregano, basil
      1-2 cups grated mozarella and monterrey jack cheese
      2-3 eggs

      Mix all together and form small balls that will cook through well. I add water as needed to get to stick better. I brown slowly and low heat in olive oil, or bake on 325 for30-40 minutes turning often.....whether in pan or oven. Pour your favorite tomato sauce over it to serve.




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      Termite wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Oh my goodness!! You lady’s are killing me!! I need to copy and paste. So many delicious recipes!!




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      Susan Dahringer wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Yes cyn I do and I’ll send it to you ..




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      Susan Dahringer wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Here’s my recipe for Deep Fried Crab Puffs...

      1 1/2 cups of biscuit mix
      1/3 cupParmesan Chee se
      1/4cup of finely chopped green onions
      1 can(8 oz) crabmeat fresh or canned
      1 egg
      1/3cup of water
      1tsp.worcestershire sauce
      1/4 tsp of liquid hot pepper sauce
      Salad oil
      Mustard sauce

      1. Stir together first three ingredients.Flake crabmeat,and stirinto cheese mixture.Beat together egg, worcestershire sauce ,water,and pepper sauce..Stir into crab mixture into well blended..
      2. In a deep pan,heat about 1 1/2 inches of oil at 375
      degrees,using a deep fat thermometer..Fry three to four puffs at a time by teaspoonsful ..
      3. Cooking and turning if necessary until golden brown (about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes)Lif out with slotted spoon and drain on paper towels..Keep warm at 200 degrees in the oven.until all are fried.Serve warm !!
      Or cool,package airtight and freeze..To reheat(thaw if frozen)place on baking sheet and bake uncovered for 7 minutes or until hot. Serve with Mustard Dip..

      Mustard Dip

      Stir together 1/2 cup sour cream and 2 tablespoons of Dijon Mustard and I teaspoon of lemon juice.Blend well..




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Jun 22, 2009
    • Everyone seems to like when I make my BBQ franks.  

      1 lb. beef hotdogs cut
      1/2 c. ketchup
      1/2 c. hickory smoke bbq sauce
      1/3 cup brown sugar
      few drops vinegar
      couple dashes worcestershire sauce
      I also add a little onion powder

      I cook them a few hours in the crock pot on low.
      Most of the time I make more than a pound and double or triple the recipe.




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