Salads for antipasto and parties
Broiled Fresh Figs and Dates Recipes
These appetizers blend together wonderful flavors that reflect the Roman world.
Classic Bruschetta recipes, history, how to eat it and pronounce it correctly.
Candied Walnuts Recipe
These walnuts are perfect for salads or antipasti.
Caponata - Eggplant Relish Recipe
This recipe is wonderful to prepare and have available to serve as an appetizer, take to work for lunch, or have a great meatless meal.
Cucumbers Filled With Tuna Antipasto Recipe
This recipe is unusual and elegant, bringing together fresh flavors for a memorable appetizer.
Fagioli & Tonno - White Bean & Tuna Salad Recipe
This is a fresh tasting antipasto that is very easy to make. It also makes a great lunch dish.
Fagioli all’Uccelletto - Tuscan Beans Recipe
Fagioli all’Uccelletto, white beans cooked with sage in a light tomato sauce, is a traditional Tuscan dish normally served with braised or stewed meats, like lamb, pork or sausages; it serves well also as single dish, for a light lunch, or as part of a rustic antipasto.
Fresh Mozzarella with Capers and Garlic Recipe
Fresh mozzarella makes a wonderful antipasto or light lunch. Try this great recipe!
Fried Calamari Recipe I
Calmari Fritto -- A great antipasto!
Funghi Ripieni - Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe
Large cap mushrooms, like Porcini or Portobello, are great stuffed and baked.However, you may very well use even smaller size mushrooms for this recipe.
Goat Cheese with Sun-Dried Tomatoes Recipe
Are you looking for an easy, healthy, and tasty antipasto? Here is a great dish made with goat cheese.
Grilled Eggplant With Cheese Recipe
The essential Italian vegetable served in a fresh and tasty manner.
Grilled Mozzarella Recipe
This is a fantastic appetizer, but easy to prepare.
Hot Garlic and Anchovy Sauce
A garlic lover´s dream! Bagna Cauda is not for the timid. It´s served in Italy for lunch or dinner.
Italian Appetizer Dips
These dips are healthy, tasty, and great for parties or lunches.
Italian Bruschetta Recipe
Bruschetta is always a great idea to serve as antipasto, snack, party food, or simply something to nibble on with a glass of your favorite Italian wine.
Italian Cheese Puffs Recipes
These recipes make terrific party antipasti. When planning a party arrange for food that doesn’t drip or need a knife and fork. These cheese puffs are full of flavor and easy to eat.
Italian Mixed Antipasto
Enjoy an authentic Italian antipasto platter following this recipe.
Marinated Mushrooms and Eggplant Recipe
This recipe is a fantastic appetizer, cold lunch dish, or a snack when your feeling peckish.
Mozzarella in Carrozza Recipe
Mozzarella in Carrozza means “mozzarella in a carriage”, and it is an Italian fried mozzarella cheese sandwich. Very delicious!
Olive Spread Recipe
This spread is terrific for bread or celery! It's a tasty, but easy appetizer.
Olive Tapénade - Olive Paste Recipe
This ancient Roman dish is the perfect appetizer.
Pomodori Ripieni – Rice Stuffed Tomatoes
Pomodori ripieni, rice stuffed tomatoes, are another classic Italian summer recipe. Stuffed tomatoes are usually served cold, as an antipasto, but also warm as a tasty primo piatto or side dish.
Ricotta Crostini Recipes
These crostini make tasty appetizers and are ultra fast to make. They also make great light lunches.
Roast Garlic Bruschetta Recipe
These are quick and light appetizers, perfect for a summer day.
Rustic Antipasto Recipe
As a WASP I used to wonder what anyone had against pasta. Antipasto means "before the meal."
Savory Italian Cheesecake Recipe
This is a great appetizer or party dish. Don´t let the work cheesecake fool you, this is not a sweet dish, but features luscious cheese and olive flavors.
Shrimp Marinated in Lemon Recipe
Try this easy, make-ahead dish! It's great as an antipasto or a light dinner.
Vitello Tonnato Recipe
Vitello Tonnato, sliced veal served chilled in a creamy tuna and capers sauce, is a classic summer dish in Italy. Try it as antipasto or entree.
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