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Looking for 1 bite dishes
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    Thread created on 06:58:48 - 11/06/19 (5 years ago)
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    Last replied 13:46:35 - 15/07/19 (5 years ago)
    Hey, folk, you love food? I'm looking for 1 bite dishes recipes. I know I can "GOOGLE IT", but some of "GOOGLEIT" recipes are not so good as google say. So I'm looking for that recipes which you are tried and get the best result for it! Please, share!
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    Posted on 16:38:42 - 06/07/19 (5 years ago)
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    I assume you mean something like finger food. I usually do little bocconcini balls + cherry tomato + prosciutto on a stick. Generally if the dish can be made smaller (most?) then it can become 1 bite.
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    Posted on 22:45:39 - 06/07/19 (5 years ago)
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    One bite recipes? Your question is very generalized, can you be more specific? Appetizers? Snack food?
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    Posted on 07:05:00 - 09/07/19 (5 years ago)
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    Anharva [2191096]

    One bite recipes? Your question is very generalized, can you be more specific? Appetizers? Snack food?
    Sry for my bad english :D. Yes, Appetizers.
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    Posted on 13:36:20 - 13/07/19 (5 years ago)
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    Simple one, home made toasts:

    -freeze a baguette
    -when frozen, cut it in very thin slices.
    -put it on kitchen paper, put some olive oil(according to taste, they turn dry if you don't put enough), and some salt flakes.
    -in the oven at 160 degrees Celsius until they are brown enough.

    Serve them with anything you like, I like them with herb butter:

    -Get the butter out of the fridge and wait until soft.
    -Mix it with herbs according to your own taste, good herbs for this are:
    parsley
    chives
    dragon
    garlic (better to first put a whole clove in the oven until soft, it makes it sweet)

    Also add some lemon to lift up the taste.

    I won a price with the next recipe:


    -mix soft cheese like Philadelphia with chives
    -make the toast as stated before.
    -Cut zucchini in very thin slices in the length, you can keep the skin on.
    -put them for about a minute in boiling water, they need to be soft, not cooked
    -put them directly in ice water after, to don't overcook them and they will keep their nice green color.
    -let the slices marinate for about 30 minutes in mirin (sweet Japanese rice wine)
    -Cook some fresh big shrimps after peeling, you can use the peel to make something like shrimp oil for something else like a sauce.
    You can also bake them if you prefer(I advise the grill if you bake them).
    - now get a toast, add some of the soft cheese and roll up a zucchini slice and put it on top, inside the roll, after putting a bit more cheese to make the thing inside stick, add some Spanish cured ham (best ham of the world is Bellota ham, but it comes at a steep price from Spanish pigs which ate oaks and running around in the wild) so if your on budget you can use a normal Serrano ham.) and the baked shrimp.

    Of course don't forget to add salt and pepper according to taste, and make sure to prepare the toast right before serving or they get spongy.

    I'll add some more later but have to do some things.
    Last edited by Capgros on 13:37:00 - 13/07/19
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    Posted on 13:46:35 - 15/07/19 (5 years ago)
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    Bacon wrapped dates:

    I buy the sugared dried dates, cut them in half to remove the seed

    toast pecan halves

    fill the cavity of the date (from seed removal) with goat cheese

    Press a toasted pecan into the goat cheese

    wrap it all with a strip of bacon or pancetta and secure with a toothpick

    broil on low or setting your over rack slightly lower than a usual broil until the bacon or pancetta is cooked and the goat cheese is a little melty.

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