Thursday, May 23, 2013
Recipes in the 'Vegetable Appetizers' category
72 results found under: Vegetable Appetizers
This quick appetizer is a crowd pleaser at any gathering. Lighten it up with margarine and less cheese than traditional recipes while still keeping the fabulous taste.
Fresh ingredients and savory cheese make this appetizer a winner with guests. Serve it for the big game or before a posh dinner party. Either way, everyone will enjoy it.
This fresh appetizer will beat store-bought hummus every time without a lot of effort. Try it served with vegetables and pita triangles.
This salad is a special one and comes with cubes of crusty bread, olives, basil and more! Tomayto, tomahto, what's the difference? It's tasty either way....
You'll be cool as a cucumber when you get a sample of this crispy and crunchy appetizer. A deviation from traditional garden salads, this scintillating side requires just three simple ingredients. Lettuce entice you to give it a try.
If eggplant Parmesan is the only way you know how to prepare this versatile vegetable, it's time for something different. This Italian antipasto can be served also as a side dish. Serve hot or cold, and garnish with slices of lemon.
Eggplant often steals the spotlight as a main course. In this case, it plays a supporting role as a spread or dip. This is perfect served over baked polenta squares or any antipasto platter. Dip it good!
This scintillating soup can be served as an appetizer or a dessert. There's nothing complicated about whipping up a pot of this Indian-inspired dish that gives you curry in a hurry.
Cheese, spinach and mushrooms have enough flavor to stand on their own. So you can only imagine the inviting taste of this divine dip that blends all three. For a healthier version, opt for light sour cream and low-fat cheeses.
There's nothing rotten about these stuffed tomatoes. Brown rice, pine nuts and fresh basil round out this dish that'll have you seeing red... in a really good way.