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.
Super simple and bursting with flavor, this colorful chickpea salad makes for a great picnic salad or a summery side dish.
Create an edible cup made of toasty melted Parmigiano-Reggiano perfect for filling with cold cuts, cheeses and your favorites from the Olive & Antipasti Bar. Impressive way to entertain with their favorite Mediterranean flavors.
This traditional Italian appetizer is made even easier with our line of Bruschetta. Toast up your favorite crusty bread and choose from four authentic Italian flavors to create a restaurant-style appetizer in minutes.
Create your own restaurant-style dipping oil for crusty Italian bread. This traditional appetizer is an easy but elegant way to bring the heart of fresh flavorful Italian cuisine to your dinner table.
A unique and easy-to-create appetizer full of fresh flavor: a traditional caprese salad made for skewering!
The smoky, earthy flavors of this roasted artichoke antipasto shine with a bright lemony marinade and a sprinkling of fresh herbs. Ready to impress, this recipe is as easy as it is delicious.
In case you didn't know... the olive bar in your local deli is a treasure trove of tasty gourmet ingredients, savory snacks and entertaining edibles. Tart, tangy and briny, this easy-to-prepare antipasto brings the bold bright flavors of the Mediterranean together in one colorful creation.
Filled with spicy sausage and creamy Fontina cheese sauce, these Italian-style Egg Rolls are sure to win over all of your hungry party-goers. Serve sprinkled with rich, nutty Parmesan alongside our fresh-tomato Marinara Sauce.
A classic hors d'oeuvres, deviled eggs are a fabulous fingerfood for holidays and get-togethers, but also an incredibly satisfying snack. We take an ordinary recipe and amp it up with savory Mediterranean bites like olives and peppers from the olive bar?