It’s hard to find an appetizer as timeless as Classic Deviled Eggs! I even added three different flavour variations to mix it up. Try it in classic, curry or dill pickle. These are sure to be a party favourite.
Air Fryer Onions Rings
These Air Fryer Onion Rings are crispy on the outside, sweet on the inside, and so much healthier than the deep-fried version.
Classic Nuts & Bolts
Nothing says a family get-together like a bowl of Classic Nuts & Bolts! Enjoy this simple recipe for an addictive mix of cereal, nuts, pretzels and homemade seasoning.
Jalapeño Corn Fritters with Garlic Aioli
This just might be the best spicy sweet, crispy fritter you’ll ever have. These Jalapeño Corn Fritters with Garlic Aioli are a total show stopping appetizer, no matter the occasion.
Panisse (Chickpea Fries)
Panisse, or chickpea flour fries, come from the streets of Southern France and are my latest obsession. And I’m not alone: I’ve seen them on every menu lately, and this incredible recipe was given to us by the talented Chef Rob Ratcliffe at the stunning Restaurant at Poplar Grove Winery here in Penticton.
Homemade Fresh Salsa (Pico de Gallo)
Our go-to summer appetizer is homemade salsa and guacamole. You simply can’t beat the fresh garden flavours. This fresh pico de gallo is best made an hour or two before serving to allow the flavours to come together. Serve with the best tortilla chips you can find!
Crispy Rice with Sweet & Spicy Shrimp
This Crispy Rice with Sweet & Spicy Shrimp bite-sized appetizer is a total flavour bomb and make for a restaurant-quality appetizer.
Crockpot Spinach & Artichoke Dip
This Crockpot Spinach Artichoke Dip recipe is restaurant-quality and super simple to make in the crockpot. This is quite simply one of the EASIEST appetizers around. The crockpot does the heavy lifting for you, and in no time, you will have an ooey-gooey dip ready for chips, crackers, veggies or bread.
Puff Pastry Twists
These crispy, flaky Puff Pastry Twists are easy to make… and thank goodness, because they will disappear FAST! Make them with either cheese or cinnamon sugar for both a sweet and savoury option. There’s something for everyone here!
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