5 easy recipes for successful aperitif dinners

5 easy recipes for successful aperitif dinners

We don’t always think about it, but concocting recipes based on snack cookies can be really quick and quite fun! It was during a “Crunchy Instants” evening organized by  the collective of appetizers to eat that I was able to participate in this exercise. Invited to the Cookcoon workshop on Thursday evening in the presence of other bloggers, and welcomed by Laurence du Tilly, food stylist and Philippe Vaurès Santamaria, photographer, I discovered with curiosity and then tasted with pleasure the aperitif creations concocted by “Apero styles” .

Moreover, for the 4th consecutive year, a guide dedicated to the preparation of recipes based on chewable appetizers has just been published! It is even available for free download via this link.

So today, I am sharing with you the creations that sprouted in my head and those of my accomplices for one night, Olivia and Friend’s Cooking when we were asked with imposed ingredients, to try to come out with nice little things. to snack.

Fig brochettes, cheese balls and raw ham 

On a toothpick, gently plug a ball of cheese wafer, and alternate with a slice of raw ham, a small wedge of fig and a square of mozzarella. Finish with a ball of cheese wafer.

Scrambled match spoons and colombo

In a frying pan, break 2 eggs and crumble cheese matches. Sprinkle with the colombo spice and chopped parsley. Cook in a scramble and serve in appetizer spoons.

Express guacamole and cheese wafer stick with Parma ham

Mix the flesh of a ripe avocado with a fork to make a guacamole , with the juice of a lemon and cumin. Surround cheese sticks with strips of parma ham and hold them together with a sprig of chives. Serve everything in a glass.

Mini cheese wafer pizza

Poke a piece of mozzarella, ham and half a cherry tomato on each cheese wafer. Sprinkle with thyme and put under the grill of the oven a few minutes before serving.

Mozzarella tomato cups with crunchy mix

In a bowl, place diced mozzarella and tomatoes. Sprinkle with chopped chives and a drizzle of olive oil. Place on top of crumbled peanut soufflés mixed with mini pieces of raw ham.

Pretty, isn’t it? In any case, it’s super quick to prepare, which just goes to show that the kitchen in the cupboard always leaves good surprises!

As for me, I took advantage of the evening to walk the Parisian sidewalks, I love ^ _ ^

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