Antipasto skewers = easiest appetizer EVER. Hello! Currently I’m sitting on the train, zipping my way towards Manhattan, and dreaming about the bagel I’m going to devour when I get there. After binge watching the first two seasons of Mozart in the jungle (anyone else loving that show?!), I’m eager to stretch my legs, explore …
Easy Antipasto Skewers-cheese tortellini pasta, grape tomatoes, Genoa salami (folded in thirds), fresh basil leaves, marinated mini mozzarella balls, green Sicilian olives and black Calamata olives. Make sure you follow the same pattern when skewering .. They will look more uniform and prettier when piled on top of each other. Use a smaller 9″ wooden skewer vs a 12″ wooden skewer.
Italian antipasto on a stick. Salami, green and black olives, cherry tomato, mini fresh mozzarella balls and a tortellini pasta.. drizzle some homemade dressing over and serve. Great for summer BBQ's because you can stand and eat it!
Caprese Skewers with Balsamic Drizzle: I do not intend on making these myself. I am not a fan of caprese. However, I have loved one's who are fans. I attain a high satisfaction when cooking for others. This is part of why I do it, and I know that these will bring a smile to their faces.
I took this to a work luncheon and it disappeared in minutes. This is a great idea for buffet situations, since it is served individually and is easily eaten, even while juggling a plate. You could also add fresh basil leaves and drizzle the entire plate with Balsamic vinegar.