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Antipasto Kebabs

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Any easy, colorful, extremely tasty appetizer, these Antipasto Kebabs are easy to make, easy to eat and go fast! Make a lot for your next party or get together.

Antipasto Kebabs

It’s hard to believe we are in our 4th week of the Holiday Progressive Dinner. Seriously, today is indeed the 4th week, and in case you  missed any of them, you can find them here:

 Antipasto Kebabs

Today, for week 4 of the Holiday Progressive Dinner, I am hosting the Appetizer.  These fabulous sticks of goodness are literally one of our favorite appetizers for any get together. They are of course, quite simple to make, and since often for holiday’s and parties, you are making lots, they are perfect because they come together quickly. We get the whole family together to do it, and it is very quick.

This is just one of those recipes that looks gorgeous arranged on a platter, or even in a decorated vase, sticking up like flowers. The vibrant colors make it appealing and they go very fast at every gathering we bring them to. They will most definitely be served at our house both for Thanksgiving and Christmas this year.

 Antipasto Kebabs

You can print the Antipasto Kebabs below:

 

Antipasto Kebabs

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the recipes in this week’s Holiday Progressive Dinner. You will have a complete meal when you grab each of the recipes, and you can get the past three weeks too! Mix and match or use them as is, you’ll have your holiday meals complete in no time!

Holiday Progressive Dinner Week 4 Recipe Links

Antipasto Kebabs
HERE at Daily Dish Recipes

Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Chicken for Two
at Adventures in All Things Food

Creamy Corn Casserole
at The Gunny Sack

Vegetable Medley with Cream Sauce
at Flour on My Face

Butter Toffee Pound Cake with Vanilla Brandy Caramel Sauce
at Busy-at-Home

Antipasto Kebabs

Antipasto Kebabs

Ingredients

  • 8 oz. Sliced Salami, we get ours in the deli section - comes in a "log"
  • 8 oz. of mozzarella cheese
  • 8 oz. of black olives or Kalamata Olives, or 4 oz. of each
  • approx. 1 cup of grape tomatoes or 1 tomato per skewer
  • 1 Tablespoon Pesto
  • 2 Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar
  • a pinch of Oregano, pepper and salt
  • wood or bamboo skewers, we used 6" skewers

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, toss the mozzarella, olives and tomatoes with the pesto, balsamic vinegar, oregano, salt & pepper. Allow to marinate about 5 minutes, stirring a couple of times.
  2. Grab your skewer and use this order to skew the items: salami, mozzarella, salami, tomato, salami and an olive to finish it off.
  3. See? Super easy! Enjoy with some cheese and crackers.

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Heather

Monday 10th of February 2014

I'd probably choose blue

Tim

Wednesday 20th of November 2013

I purchased the four-quart version in the vivid orange color as I wanted something noteworthy to transport and serve my holiday side dish I was taking to a dinner party. While the high handles make it a bit more difficult to fit into the oven or microwave, it did just fit into my friend's smaller-size microwave as I needed to reheat it just a bit--and it's a rather whimsical piece that is sure to start conversation. While it can't be used on the stovetop, the fact that it can go into the freezer, the microwave, and the oven is a big plus--and the fact that it comes with a lid made it even handier though I wrapped a sheet of foil over the top of the casserole before putting the lid on for transport. A set of the various other pieces in this range would be a great gift for a cook or a treat to add to one's own kitchen.

Barbara Bradford

Tuesday 19th of November 2013

I love the 4.25 Quart Casseroval. I think it would be a beautiful presentation size when we have company.

Barbara Bradford

Tuesday 19th of November 2013

I think the yellow would add a sunny touch to our kitchen.

Pam Gurganus

Tuesday 19th of November 2013

I would love to try the Rachael Ray Stoneware 9 x 13 Inch Rectangular Pan!

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