Spain’s favorite appetizer, the Tuna Croquette. This decadent finger food is created using canned tuna, a béchamel sauce and breadcrumbs. Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these little culinary torpedos will surely delight your guests at your next tapas party.
International appetizer recipes for entertaining or snacking.
These salmon croquettes are flavored with scallions, cilantro, dijon and lemon juice and has a little kick from cayenne. Cornmeal creates a crunchy outside and the salmon makes for a flakey inside. If you ever wondered what to do with canned salmon in your pantry, this is the recipe!
The cucumber sandwich is a traditional tea time finger sandwich that is hearty enough to satisfy an appetite in between meals. This dainty little sandwich originated in Great Britain and was made popular during the Edwardian era. Enjoy these little sandwiches as appetizers or snacks to carry you over until dinner without making you feel too full. A perfect way to used up extra cucumbers too.
Lebanese Cheese Fatayer is a popular Middle Eastern vegetarian street food. Creamy, tasty and portable.
A Lebanese veggie turnover with spinach, parsley, cilantro and onion all wrapped in biscuit dough. A Middle Eastern classic that can be an entree or an appetizer.
A bold, robust roasted red pepper dip from the Middle East served with pita bread or pita chips. An easy vegetarian recipe made in the food processor in just 5 minutes. Put down the hummus and make some Muhammara. Muhammara is a roasted red pepper dip that originated from Aleppo, Syria but has spread to …
Indian Samosas can be easy to make with the help of wonton wrappers. These can be baked, steamed, shallow fried or deep fried. Dip these beauties into savory chutneys or eat them plain. Make these ahead of time and cook them later or freeze them. Enjoy!