Little antipasto bites whet the appetite for dinner. From prosciutto-wrapped melon to marinated olives, these easy antipasto appetizer recipes can be on the table in minutes.
Perfect for warm-weather entertaining, this colorful fruit and veggie appetizer platter makes for refreshing nibbling.
Great party appetizes--let guests pick between skewers of vegetables or flavorful bites of sausage, shrimp, and cheese.
This simple appetizer is so flavorful it's hard to believe there are just four ingredients.
A tangy marinade, salty prosciutto, and fragrant basil work magic on a bounty of colorful vegetables. Use rosemary skewers for a presentation your guests will not soon forget.
Spike cool and creamy ricotta with rum for a sweet dip to scoop up with grilled figs.
Look for smaller eggplants. They typically have fewer seeds and may be less bitter. This chunky make-ahead dip is meant to be slathered on crusty bread or crackers.
For an innovative twist on the classic prosciutto-melon pairing, try this trio of cantaloupe, honeydew, and crenshaw melon balls.
As your guests nibble these special-occasion skewers, they'll savor many of the flavors of traditional Italian antipasto, including salami, tortellini, and artichoke hearts. These appetizers can be ready in 30 minutes, then chilled until serving time.
Hop on the small plates trend and throw together a spread of bean salad, ham, cheese, olives, grapes and hearty French bread.
This colorful cheese and salami pinwheel recipe makes the perfect quick and easy appetizer when company drops in. Preparation time is only 15 minutes from start to finish.
Chicken or turkey sausage links complement the flavors of this antipasto recipe. Find the sausage fresh or frozen in most supermarkets.
Allow mixed nuts to marinate in a flavorful mix of honey and marjoram. This jarred recipe makes for a fantastic party appetizer or holiday gift!
You'll find all the wonderful flavors of Italian antipasto in this vegetable-packed side dish.