Recipes: Appetizers | Antipasti
In Italian the word “antipasti” refers to the course before the main event. Whether you are entertaining with a colorful spread or giving your dinner guests a taste of what’s to come, these recipes are sure to bring everyone to the table.
A savory terrine, or layered loaf, of polenta, spinach, an array of Italian meats and cheeses. A dish that can be served as a hearty appetizer or a light meal.
A homemade bread that can be shared at a gathering served with warm herb butter, or enjoyed alongside a plate of pasta. Either way, this bread shines--inside & out--with everything you love about Italian cuisine in one loaf.
Impress your guests with a tart of briny olives and savory goat cheese. Cut into squares and serve warm. Top with figs or sliced pears for a seasonal flair.
While bread on a stick may seem strange, this Italian-inspired appetizer can give your dinner table a fun and creative look with the simplicity of skewering a tasty garlicky Italian loaf. Your family and guests won't be able to keep their hands off of them!
It takes mere minutes to prepare the perfect complement to your pasta dinner. Cheesy, fragrant and ready in 12 minutes, this bread takes on basil and cheese in the most delicious way.
A homemade bread recipe that leaves room for your favorite variety of olive! We used Calamata, but any olive will do! So pick your most beloved briny fruit and bring something fresh to the dinner table.
With only a few ingredients, we turn an Italian-American favorite into a hit for your antipasti platter or maybe just a quick lunch. We use easy everyday ingredients to create a mozzarella, provolone and pepperoni-stuffed pocket that is just as delicious as it is simple.
For an appetizer that looks just as good as it tastes, pan-fried feta can be served up alone or with Greek olives. Enjoy with a sweet, fruity wine that will compliment its tart, lemony essence. You are 5 ingredients away from delicious!
This cool cucumber dip is a refreshing way to enjoy a Greek flavor with a spread of Greek olives, fresh vegetables & pita or simply as a sauce for meats or poultry.
A delicious way to make the most of this season's tomato, taking a classic panzanella idea and giving it an elegant twist. While it can be served as a light lunch, it makes an excellent platter as an appetizer.