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35 Best Baby Shower Appetizers
Planning a baby shower can be a lot of work, but it’s also super fun.
And luckily, these 35 baby shower appetizers should help streamline the process.
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The great thing about appetizers is that you can’t really go wrong.
So, whether you serve something salty, spicy, or wonderfully meaty, I’m sure the mom-to-be will be thrilled to chow down with her besties.
Of course, the key to amazing appetizers is convenience – you want something that looks great and is tasty, flavorful, and portable!
And guess what? These 35 baby shower appetizers have you covered.
Let’s get to it!
These are cool, refreshing, and totally adorable. And because there’s no cooking involved, you can whip up three dozen in just 15 minutes.
Start with a cucumber slice, add smoked salmon and top it with the zesty lemon dill cream cheese.
It’s a creamy, smoky, garden-fresh treat that everyone will enjoy.
Anything with choux pastry makes a great appetizer.
It’s flaky, mild, super tasty, and even better when you stuff it with a herby, cheesy chicken filling.
You can pop the whole thing in your mouth in a single bite. Then, you can pop another, and another, and another, and another…
They’re tiny and light! They can’t be that bad for you, right?!
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These miniature treats are colorful and lovely. Luckily, they taste as good as they look.
They take less than an hour to make and are crunchy and delicious.
Each one is like a bite-sized salad but with more crunch. They’re tangy and bright and will look great on your appetizer table.
These tart and tangy crostinis combine some seemingly strange ingredients. Somehow, though, they taste superb together.
Blueberries and lemon juice always pair nicely, of course. But adding thyme, garlic, and goat cheese may seem a bit stranger.
Even so, these are insanely good. They have a rich depth of flavor that’s impossible not to love.
These 10-minute snacks are almost impossibly easy to make, but they taste fantastic.
Each cracker features robust, herby cream cheese and a chunk of fresh cucumber.
They’re fresh, light, and won’t fill you up before the main dish.
Plus, you can’t beat them for simplicity. So if you need a flavorful appetizer in a hurry, these are the way to go.
These crispy cheese straws are flaky, herby, and awesome. Oh, and you can make them with fewer than ten ingredients!
They taste so much better than their store-bought cousins and have a terrific texture.
Super fun and easy to make, they’re always a big hit with the kids.
Tortillas and guacamole are regular appetizer options. However, they aren’t the most convenient ones.
They slow down the food line and aren’t always hygienic. (I’m looking at you, double-dippers!)
The good news is you can solve all those problems with a bag of Tostitos Scoops.
Pre-fill them with guacamole, and they become convenient and easy to eat. They’re not messy at all!
Like chips and guacamole, pizza is messy and not always a practical appetizer. But, of course, that doesn’t stop people from loving pizza.
So, use this recipe to make single-serve pizza bombs instead of whole slices. They’re cheesy, herby, and feature buttery crescent roll crusts.
The recipe calls for pepperoni. However, you can leave that out to make it vegetarian-friendly if you prefer.
Or, go ahead and throw in some chicken or sausage. You can’t go wrong!
If you prefer to work with biscuit dough, use this pizza bomb recipe instead.
The appetizers taste essentially the same, but the recipes are somewhat different.
And, of course, you can make your own biscuits if you’re feeling adventurous.
Here’s a great option if you enjoy sweet and savory appetizers.
Each one features a thick, juicy piece of Polish sausage topped with a slice of sweet and tangy pineapple.
The sticky sauce and crunchy sesame seeds add more rich flavor and a fun texture.
You’ll love these if you’re a ‘pineapple on pizza’ kind of person. Heck, you’ll probably love them even if you aren’t.
These crostinis combine basil’s freshness with the sweetness of peaches and honey.
There’s also dreamy ricotta cheese and a crusty baguette for good measure.
They’re light, sweet, and tangy treats that will wow the crowd.
The old stereotype of pregnant women loving pickles isn’t always accurate.
But just in case, you should probably whip up some of these tangy roll-ups.
They’re like classic ham and cheese pinwheels, except each has a pickle at its center.
The sour saltiness of the dill pickle adds just the right amount of pizzazz.
I’m not sure there’s a stuffed mushroom recipe that I don’t love. They’re the perfect appetizer in every way.
They’re small and convenient to eat, but they’re also packed with flavor.
As well as cheesy, garlicky, and surprisingly filling, they’re also low-carb and keto-friendly.
These fancy appetizers almost look too elegant to eat. Don’t let that stop you from making them, though, because everyone will love them.
The crunchy toasted baguette makes a fabulous base, while the cremini mushrooms and Gruyere give them an earthy, somewhat nutty flavor.
They’re buttery, rich, and take just 20 minutes to make.
These may not be the most unique option on the list. But, on the other hand, they are a great last-minute appetizer.
There’s no cooking involved, and you can pull them together in minutes.
Just add some dressing to a cup, then wash and cut your veggies and arrange them on top.
They’re fresh, tasty, and healthy!
These small wraps are always a hit, whether you call them roll-ups or pinwheels.
This one is like an Italian sub, featuring pepperoni, salami, cheese, and lots of veggies.
The Italian seasoning in the cream cheese makes them super flavorful, too.
They’re a simple, refreshing snack perfect for spring and summer baby showers.
What if I told you that you could serve taco salad as an appetizer?
You’d probably have all kinds of arguments against it, right?
“It’s too messy! It slows down the line! It’s a lot of work!”
None of that is true of these bite-sized taco cups.
Instead, you’ll stick an entire taco salad into a crunchy wonton. They’re beefy, cheesy, and full of flavor.
You can also add whatever taco toppings you like best. So despite their small size, they’re entirely customizable.
These fiery appetizers have everything you love about jalapeño poppers. The only difference is that it’s all stuffed into a crispy wonton wrapper.
They’re spicy, cheesy, garlicky, and thanks to the bacon, they also have a delightfully salty taste.
Basically, they’re a fun new way to whip up a familiar classic.
Of course, some people would rather have OG jalapeño poppers – which I totally get! After all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!
Don’t worry; I have a recipe for that, too. Bacon, cheese, garlic…it’s all there.
Plus, it takes only 30 minutes to make them. Win-win.
Is there anything more refreshing than a Caprese salad?
Harness that flavor in a smaller, easier-to-eat package with these salad skewers.
Each one features fresh basil leaves, mozzarella, and cherry tomatoes. You’ll drizzle it all in a zesty balsamic glaze.
Doing so gives you an invigorating appetizer that everyone will enjoy.
Their garden-fresh flavor and bright colors make them a fast favorite at any event. Plus, you don’t have to do any cooking to make them.
These mini chicken and waffles are more than a mouthful. In fact, you’ll need to assemble them on skewers to keep them from toppling over.
The crunchy fried chicken tastes excellent against the sweetness of the syrupy waffles.
They’re sticky and messy, but they’re also incredibly delectable.
Sweet-n-savory lil’ smokies are a sure-fire crowd-pleaser at any party. They’re meaty, salty, and loaded with smoky sweetness.
You’ll cook these babies on skewers to keep the bacon in place. Just be sure to leave room between each, so they crisp up on all sides!
As much as I love these snacks, I find them ill-named. For one thing, they don’t use pretzel dough but pizza dough.
So, these are not the soft pretzel bites you’re used to eating. Instead, they’re more like pigs-in-a-blanket.
That said, they’re totally delicious. The salty, buttery crust is undeniably scrumptious with the juicy sausages.
I don’t have many sweet appetizers here, but the few I do have are amazing. And this one is no exception.
It’s a delightful layered kabob treat you’ll want to make again and again.
There are warm, golden-brown biscuits, fresh strawberries, and creamy Cool Whip.
Whether you like strawberry shortcakes or not, you’re sure to enjoy these.
It’s hard to beat coconut shrimp. But once you add pineapple chunks to them, they’re out of this world.
These appetizers taste like something you’d get at your favorite tropical restaurant. Luckily, you don’t have to fly to Hawaii to enjoy them.
With fewer than ten ingredients, you can make them yourself at home.
Cheesy, tangy buffalo chicken dip always tastes fantastic, no matter the occasion.
So, whip some up with only a handful of ingredients and five minutes of prep time.
The slow cooker does all the rest of the work for you!
Serve it with chips, crackers, or even celery stalks! It’s always a crowd-pleaser.
While not the healthiest side dish, mac & cheese is warm and comforting.
Most people fall in love with it during childhood and never grow out of that love. And, to be honest, it’s hard to find a way to improve on such a classic.
Well…other than these incredible fried mac & cheese balls!
These are supremely cheesy and entirely comforting. They’re also crispy on the outside and delightfully creamy on the inside.
You can down the whole thing in just one or two bites – so you’ll want to make extra!
If cooking isn’t your forte, then don’t! No one said tasty appetizers had to be cooked.
Whip up some mini sandwiches instead. Anyone can assemble bread, cheese, and deli meats, right?
Add some lettuce and mustard, and spread a little cream cheese on the bread. People will love them, and you’ll love how easy they are to make.
Sweet-n-salty, brown sugar-coated bacon wrapped around tender, juicy chicken? Where do I sign up?!
These are phenomenal, and I didn’t even mention all the spices yet!
There’s chili powder, thyme, garlic, and more. It’s a veritable smorgasbord of seasonings!
These things may be small and straightforward, but they contain a lot of flavor.
Tomato tarts are like teeny-tiny pizzas, only much fresher.
You’ll start with buttery puff pastry dough. To that, you’ll add onions, tomatoes, cheese, parsley, and herbs.
Each one is fresh, warm, and a little bit addictive. The caramelized onions alone will have you coming back for more.
Coming up with the ideal baby shower appetizer doesn’t have to be a lot of work.
It could be as simple as cutting fruit and sticking it on skewers.
That’s all you’ll do for this one, and I guarantee you that no one will complain.
If you want to add something extra, whip up some homemade fruit dip for serving.
Here’s an even more elaborate option that’s just as simple to pull together. Combine your favorite fruits and veggies with cheeses, crackers, and meats.
It’s still 100% cooking-free and shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes to prepare.
And the truly great part about it? It looks like something elaborate and expensive and will impress all your guests.
These are the same silky smooth, tangy deviled eggs you know and love, only there’s an extra bit of oomph thanks to the bacon and garlic.
They’re smoky and insanely good. And you can make two dozen in less than an hour.
These deviled eggs are also delightful, but they have more going on.
You’ll add bacon and roasted garlic to them, too, as well as asparagus and so much more.
In fact, these might be the most well-seasoned deviled eggs you’ll ever try. They’re also prettier than traditional deviled eggs. (At least, I think so.)
If you’re an avid deviled eggs eater, give them a try. You won’t be disappointed.
These cool, juicy skewers are sweet, tangy, and fresh. They’re like a sweeter, more refreshing version of the Caprese salad skewers above.
Fortunately, they’re just as easy to pull together.
Simply arrange the watermelon, feta, and mint leaves on skewers, then drizzle them with balsamic vinegar.
They’re a decadent, delicious treat.
35 Best Baby Shower Appetizers
Planning a baby shower can be a lot of work, but it’s also super fun. And luckily, these 35 baby shower appetizers should help streamline the process.
Cucumber Smoked Salmon Appetizer
Chicken Bouchees (Chicken Puffs)
Sweet Potato Appetizer Bites
Whipped Goat Cheese and Blueberry Balsamic Crostini
Herbed Cream Cheese Cucumber Crackers
Southern Cheddar & Herb Cheese Straws
Gluten-Free Chip and Guacamole Bites
Pepperoni Cheese Pizza Bombs
Pepperoni Pizza Bombs
Sesame Pineapple Sausage Bites
Peach Basil Crostini
Pickle, Ham & Cream Cheese Roll-ups
Crab Stuffed Mushrooms
Mushroom Bruschetta with Gruyere and Thyme
Mini Veggie Cups
Italian Sub Sandwich Roll-ups
Wonton Taco Cups
Mini Jalapeno Popper Egg Rolls
Jalapeno Poppers with Bacon
Caprese Salad Skewers
Mini Chicken & Waffles
Little Smokies Wrapped in Bacon
Easy Soft Pretzel Bites
Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs
Coconut Pineapple Shrimp Skewers
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Fried Mac and Cheese Balls
Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Bites
Oscar Tomato Tarts
Fruit and Cheese Platter
Bacon & Roasted Garlic Deviled Eggs
Bacon Blue Deviled Eggs with Roasted Garlic and Asparagus
Watermelon, Feta, and Mint Skewers
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Easy Baby Shower Appetizer Recipes
Congratulations! You are (or someone you know is) having a baby, and you’ve got to celebrate. Throwing a baby shower can be a lot of work, so we’ve made at least one part of the planning easy on you—the food. The way we see it, the main difference between a regular party and a baby shower is that with all the gift opening and games, you might not want to prepare a full, sit-down meal. That means your appetizer game has to be well thought out; you’re looking for easy, portable options that can still keep everyone satiated. Check out our 50 baby shower appetizer ideas—they might just be the best part of the party!
We at Delish LOVE a theme, and baby showers are truly one of the most fun. In addition to serving classic party appetizers, we also like serving kid-friendly snacks and bite-sized apps. Pick and choose your favorites depending on what kind of party you want—you really can’t go wrong with any of the options on this list.
Having a classier soireé and looking for picture-perfect classic apps? Try our brown butter radish crostini, our brie, asparagus, & prosciutto bundles, our duchess potatoes, or our crab stuffed mushrooms—photos of these are sure to rack up the likes. Don’t care about looks and just want some delicious food? Try our pigs in a (baby) blanket, our pull-apart garlic bread pizza dip, our loaded potato skins, or our sausage balls—these are especially great for chill parties with the whole fam.
Sticking to the pint-size themes? Try our BLT cups, our chicken & waffle sliders, our cheese ball bites, or any of our skewers (best served on mini bamboo picks), like our Greek salad skewers, our antipasto bites, or our melon prosciutto skewers. And don’t stop with apps—check out our favorite mini desserts too. Or invite your guests to eat like a kid again with our cheeseburger cups, our Buffalo chicken celery boats (a spicy step up from ants on a log), our slow-cooker grape jelly meatballs, or our mac & cheese pizza bites. They’ll get your guests in the right mood to play all those silly shower games.
If they need even more inspiration, check out our favorite brunch cocktails too (plus mocktails for the parents-to-be!).
PHOTO: JOEL GOLDBERG; FOOD STYLING: MICAH MORTON
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Brown Butter Radish Crostini
As is customary in France, we went the butter and salt route for these crostini, but took it a step further. Cue sweet, caramelized brown butter, whipped into an unctuous cloud: the perfect foil for paper-thin radish rounds. Finished with some flaky sea salt, a sprinkling of thyme, and a hit of fresh lemon juice, and these will be a hit at your baby shower.
Get the Brown Butter Radish Crostini recipe.
PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING: ERIKA JOYCE
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Looking for an easy, quick low-carb appetizer? Look no further than these BLT egglets. They’re kind of like a cross between a BLT sandwich and egg salad, but portable, and we are here for it. 🙌.
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Ham & Cheese Pinwheels
These ham and cheese pinwheels are made easy using store-bought crescent roll dough. They are chock full of melty cheese and savory-sweet ham, topped with fresh parsley and toasty poppy seeds for texture and flavor you and your guests will love.
Get the Ham & Cheese Pinwheels recipe.
PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON
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Duchess potatoes is a classic French dish made with piped mashed potatoes that are enriched with egg yolks and butter. Basically, they're like fancy tater tots, and they're perfect for an upscale baby shower.
Get the Duchess Potatoes recipe.
PHOTO: JOEL GOLDBERG; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE
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Brie, Asparagus & Prosciutto Bundles
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With a veggie dip this good you'll get put in charge of all future crudités platters. It's so easy to make and comes together in minutes. Serve it with all of your favorite veggies, good bread, or crackers.
Get the Veggie Dip recipe.
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Pigs In A Blanket
Tiny hot dogs are perfect for a celebration of a tiny baby.There's something very classic about the crescent roll dough flavor, so we tend to gravitate toward it, but puff pastry or even biscuit dough both should work here too.
Get the Pigs In A Blanket recipe.
PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE
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Baked Feta & Blueberries
We took our beloved baked feta pasta and turned it into a dessert. The blueberries and feta turn into a creamy, jam-like dip and a fun alternative to fruit and cheese plate. Serve it with crackers and toasted bread, or go sweeter with some graham crackers and shortbread.
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Fresh tortellini make these the hearty bite-size appetizer of our dreams. If you're not a fan of olives, pepperoncini peppers would be a delicious substitute!
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Crunchy, flaky, and cheesy. What's not to love? These are studded with cheddar, green onions, and sesame seeds for the most flavor-packed cheese straws we've ever had. Using store-bought puff pastry makes them extremely easy to pull together for your baby shower!
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Baked Brie In Puff Pastry
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We love using muffin tins for genius hacks like this. These kid-inspired "cups" are pieces of white bread that get molded and then filled with a ground beef mixture that tastes just like a cheeseburger. Don't forget to drizzle with your favorite condiments and top with a pickle chip.
Get the Cheeseburger Cups recipe.
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Greek Feta Dip
Loaded with cucumbers, tomatoes, and feta, this dip was inspired by our Greek salad. (Though it's missing the olives, onion, and oregano.) For a smoother, fluffy consistency, we added yogurt and cream cheese. Full disclaimer: This recipe makes a LOT of dip. We've never had a problem demolishing it, but it's easily halved if you're having a smaller baby shower.
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Chicken & Waffles Sliders
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Baked Feta Bites
If you’re a fan of our cranberry brie bites, we’ve got news for you: There’s a new app in town, and it’s inspired by another fan fave, baked feta pasta. This cheesy finger food features the flavors you know and love, all nestled into bite-sized cups of golden crescent roll dough.
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Black-Eyed Pea Bruschetta
Simply toss canned black-eyed peas with raw chopped collard greens, bell pepper, scallions, and garlic, and toss with an apple cider vinaigrette. Pile the mix onto toasted baguette slices and top with crispy, smoky pork to complete this super shareable appetizer.
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Spinach Artichoke Zucchini Bites
These little guys are the perfect baby shower party appetizer. As the zucchini becomes tender, the spinach and artichoke topping gets nice and melty. If you want a little extra color on your bites, switch the oven to broil on medium and cook them a couple minutes more. (Just keep an eye on them.)
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Pull-Apart Garlic Bread Pizza Dip
We wanted to make sure this dip was absolutely perfect, so we tested it over and over (and over) again until it was. The Delish team never complained once. Make this for your baby shower and it'll be gone in 10 seconds flat—we can almost guarantee it.
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Loaded Cheese Ball Bites
These easy bites are perfect for a baby shower. We love their little pretzel handles, but feel free to leave them out or even make one huge cheeseball instead!
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Shrimp Tostada Bites
If you want to make things easy on yourself, use store-bought guac to fill these adorable little cups, but we gotta warn you—homemade guacamole is ALWAYS better.
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Can't decide whether to serve guacamole or hummus at your baby shower? Make this mash-up instead! It's truly the best of both worlds.
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Marshmallow Fruit Dip
Fruit never gets the attention it deserves at parties. This super simple dip will change all of that. It's so easy to whip together, can be made ahead of time, and is easy to transport. Honestly, it's perfect.
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Mac & Cheese Pizza Bites
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Slow-Cooker Grape Jelly Meatballs
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Herby Baked Falafel Bites with Spicy Mint Tahini Dip
Pistachios, mint, cilantro, dill, and parsley combine to turn these a celebratory bright green (great for if you're avoiding traditional blue or pink at your baby shower)! Bonus: These these falafel are baked, not fried, for less mess.
Get the Herby Baked Falafel Bites with Spicy Mint Tahini Dip recipe.
PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: ERIKA JOYCE
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Harissa Deviled Eggs
Classic deviled eggs get a smoky kick from harissa (Tunisian chili pepper paste) in this simple but flavorful deviled eggs recipe. Topped with crispy fried shallots and fresh cilantro, it may stray pretty far from the original, but it’s just as delicious.
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These cheese puffs (aka gougères) are a triple threat: easy to make, impressive looking, and insanely delicious. And the good news is you probably already have most (or all) of the ingredients!
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Sheet Pan Honey Mustard–Pretzel Chicken
In our opinion, the crunchier, the better. Which is why pretzels make the perfect chicken coating for these nuggets. The obvious and best dipping sauce? Honey mustard, of course. It's a MUST.
Get the Sheet Pan Honey Mustard–Pretzel Chicken recipe.
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Sour Cream & Onion Dip
Letting the onions caramelize properly is key to the flavor of this dip. Going low and slow lets them develop color while breaking down and becoming sweet and jammy. Stir them into this easy dip with some chives, and you have a simple appetizer that's SO much better than store-bought.
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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: JUSTIN SULLIVAN
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If you love baked spinach dip, you'll love these baked puff pastry puffs. They're filled with a mixture of sautéed onion, garlic, spinach, and cream cheese and baked inside little puff pastry cups in a muffin tin. Bet you can't eat just one!
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Meat rolls "Fingers" with lard recipe with photo, step by step cooking on Webspoon.ru
Cooking time: 1 hour 40 min.
Servings: 6 pcs.
Cooking meat rolls “Fingers” with bacon
Every time on the eve of the holiday, especially if guests are planned, I want to surprise them with something very tasty, unusual and original. Many do not dare to experiment and cook some kind of their “crown” dish for hot, which will certainly succeed and will not let you down: dumplings, cabbage rolls, manti. But all these dishes require a lot of time to prepare, and sometimes the presence of assistants. Agree, sticking dumplings even on your family can be difficult. But you still need to chop salads, set the table, and put yourself in order. Therefore, it is desirable to find such a recipe that the dish is both tasty and beautiful, and does not require many hours of standing at the stove, and it can be reheated without loss of taste and deterioration in appearance. nine0005
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How to cook "Meat Rolls "Fingers"" step by step with photo at home
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Pork meat fingers in a frying pan recipe with photos step by step and video
Pork meat fingers in a frying pan
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Rinse the meat, pat dry with paper towels. Cut it into pieces one centimeter thick. Under cling film, beat each piece on both sides. They should be thin, but not transparent, so as not to tear when cooking rolls. The film will protect you and your kitchen from flying splashes.
Rinse mushrooms under running water to remove dirt and debris. Peel the onion from the husk. Mushrooms and onions cut into small cubes. Fry them in a pan in hot oil until golden brown. Add salt and pepper to taste. Make the fire medium when frying so that the liquid from the mushrooms evaporates. Stir the mushrooms occasionally so they don't burn. nine0005
Salt and pepper both sides of each minced meat.
Brush them with a mixture of mayonnaise and sour cream, one tablespoon per roll.
Spoon each of the sautéed mushrooms and onions onto the rim of the chop and roll them up neatly.
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Heat oil in a frying pan. Put rolls on it. Fry them over low heat, swirling from side to side, until cooked through, about 10 minutes. Pasta, potatoes, vegetables, rice are well suited as a side dish. Serve the "fingers" hot, garnished with herbs. Bon appetit!
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Frozen or dried mushrooms can be used instead of fresh ones (5-6 times less dried ones than fresh ones). Frozen mushrooms can be thawed in any convenient way (for example, in a microwave oven on the appropriate mode - see the instructions for your technique) and drain the liquid. Or, if the amount of liquid in the recipe is not critical, use without defrosting. Dried mushrooms must be washed well, since they are not washed before drying, and then soaked in cold water for at least 2-3 hours. nine0005
Use high smoke point oil for frying! Any oils are useful only until a certain temperature is reached - the smoke point, at which the oil begins to burn and toxic substances are formed in it, including carcinogens.
Unrefined oils, with rare exceptions, have a low smoke point. They have a lot of unfiltered organic particles that quickly start to burn.
Refined oils are more resistant to heat and have a higher smoke point. If you're going to be cooking in the oven, pan, or grill, be sure to use oil with a high smoke point. The most common high smoke point oils are refined sunflower, olive and grape varieties. nine0005
Place washed and peeled mushrooms on a kitchen towel to absorb excess liquid. Leave on for 15-20 minutes so that all the moisture is absorbed into the fabric. It is important to dry the mushrooms well, otherwise, having been saturated with moisture, they will become watery.
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