Saturday, September 29, 2012

Antipasto Skewers



In keeping with an Italian theme for David's birthday, I decided to make Antipasto Skewers for an appetizer.  I was originally going to do a tray of Antipasto, but that seemed  like it would be a little difficult for a lot of people to eat.  So I came up with the idea of making Antipasto Skewers.  I thought this would be a really easy and semi healthy appetizer.  

So here is the recipe for Antipasto Skewers

Ingredients:

1 containers small fresh mozzarella
1 container small fresh marinated mozzarella
1 jar marinated artichoke crowns ( cut in half)
2 jars marinated artichoke hearts
1 large jar garlic stuffed olives
1 jar hearts of palm cut into 1/2 inch pieces
40 pieces of dry Italian salami  ( I used gallo )
1 container each of red and yellow tomatoes
1 package wooden skewers

Directions:

Slide 1 piece of mozzarella, 1 red tomato tomato,1 piece of artichoke crown, 1 olive,1 piece hearts of palm , 1 piece of salami folded into quarters, 1 piece of marinated artichoke heart, 1 yellow tomato, and 1 piece of marinated mozzarella.

I made some without meat for vegetarians, and some without cheese for my husband who is allergic to cheese.

This makes approximately 35 pieces.  I made between 2 pieces per person.

Isn't that an easy and healthy appetizer?  I thought so too.  Let me know what you think. I always love hearing from you.

Enjoy!!!
Debi
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12 comments:

  1. Isn't it difficult when one's husband is allergic to cheese and you can't get enough of it? Actually my Peter was allergic to the lactose content, but liked the flavour - so it became a forbidden "fruit" for "special" occasions. Now he's not with me, can indulge, but still find myself treating it as a "special" occasion thing. Habit of 43 years do linger, I'm finding!

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    1. Hi Isobel,
      It can be a challenge. Especially because I love cheese. You must miss Peter a lot. How long were you married.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  2. I am so glad I found your blog! I am a Jesus gal who loves to read and eat good food. I am now following your blog and look forward to reading more. Marci xoxo
    www.lifewithjoys.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Marci,
      I'm happy that you found me also. I will be over to follow your in a minute. I love meeting other Jesus gals.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  3. Hi Debi, these look so good, but you have way more patience than I do - i'm a throw it all in a pot type of gal ;-)
    Happy Sunday to you.
    JoAnn

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    1. Hi JoAnn,
      They were good. They didn't take long to make. I am also a throw it in the pot kind of girl, but it was a special occasion. Have a great day and thanks for visiting.
      Debi

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  4. Hi Debi, Thanks for your add in my Skinny Breakfast linky; your skewers looks nice,and also for following back.Meriem

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    1. Hi Meriem,
      Thanks for hosting. It is always great to find new parties.
      Debi

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  5. You always post the most delicious recipes. Yum! Thanks for sharing another great one:)

    Katie
    www.funhomethings.com

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    1. Hey Katie,
      Thanks for the party and the compliment. I really appreciate it. Have a great week.
      Debi

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