Italian Appetizers Menu

 
29-Apr-2011 by

 

Italian Appetizers

Italian cuisine is one of the best known and appreciated cuisines in the world. In fact food is one of the cornerstones of Italian culture. Italians love experimenting new foods and new way of preparing familiar dishes. If you are planning to make some Italian appetizers for your next party, then you are on the right page. Here you will find the list of few delicious Italian appetizers menu which you can make right in your own kitchen.
 

Italian appetizers fall under the heading of antipasto. This means “before the meal”. Antipasto usually includes cheese, dried meats, sun dried tomatoes and salads.

 

Delicious Italian Appetizers:

 

Bruschetta: Bruschetta is the best known Italian appetizer which consists of baked bread with garlic, olive oil, tomatoes and basil. The dish is mainly served hot in almost all the restaurants before the main course.
 

Pinzimonio: Pinzimonio is an Italian starter very similar to dips, often appears at barbecue and dinner parties. The dish is generally made with raw vegetables along with onions and artichokes packed in oil, grilled bell peppers or octopus and sardines.
 

Fried Calamari: Fried calamari, also known as fried squid, consists of batter-coated, deep fried squid. These squids are fried normally for 2 minutes in order to prevent toughness. You can serve the dish either plain or with salt and lemon on the side.
 

Eggplant Caponata: Eggplant caponata is a very versatile Italian appetizer made with eggplant along with different colors of bell peppers. You can enjoy the dish with crusty bread or pasta.
 

Scarlet Kebab: Although scarlet kebab is the Italian dish, you can find in other parts of the world too. The dish will give you a sweet and sour tangy flavour.

Italian Appetizer


 

After reading this informative article hope you can now prepare lots of Italian appetizers for your guests. You can even experiment with these dishes and can come up with your own delicious recipes. Be creative and use your imagination.

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