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  • Karen Kucharczyk

    Antipasto kabobs - I like this idea for party food but would use long sticks

  • Lacey Harrington

    These would be great for a bridal or baby shower. Antipasto skewer appetizers. Stab some cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, pepperoni, cooked tortellini, olives & pepperoncinis. Marinate them in italian dressing in the fridge for a few hours & voila... perfect finger food.

  • Michelle Grontkowski

    finger foods for the grown-ups | antipasto kabobs. i love this idea!

  • Marcia Vindel

    Antipasto kabobs (*I changed it up from the recipe, using kalamata and black olives, and marinated the kebobs in the balsamic dressing overnight. It made them much better. Otherwise, fabulous but NOT CHEAP, party food. I split recipe in half for 2 parties and they disappeared quickly at both places.)

  • Dawn Conway

    This is a great idea! Antipasto kabobs. Great party food! 1 9 oz package of Three Cheese Tortellini ,(I used Buitoni )cooked to package directions 1 can Medium or Large pitted Black Olives 1 5.75 oz jar Green Olives 2 12 oz containers of marinated mozzarella balls(usually found near the speciality cheeses) 30 slices of Salami, cut in half 60 pieces of pepperoni 1 cup Balsamic Vinaigrette Salad Dressing

  • Libby Cummins

    amazing party appetizer ideas! Olives & Mozzarella Sticks!

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