I tried a DELICIOUS shrimp dip at Uno’s before and although I don’t recall a distinctive crab taste, I tried replicating what’s currently called the Uno’s Shrimp & Crab dip (minus the crab.) This can ALL be done in ONE-PAN! Perhaps they just add a tad of crab meat but it’s so tasty without it, my daughter even said, “everyone needs to try this.”
This 5 ingredient restaurant-style Bread Dipping Oil is made from olive oil, dried parsley, freshly cracked pepper, salt and chili flakes. Nothing to fancy and you don’t even need too crush garlic! Pair this dipping oil with focaccia, a baguette or a loaf of your choice. It makes a great appetizer!
If you want a quinoa recipe to taste good or perhaps you’re craving a healthier version of Taco’s, then these quinoa lettuce bowls are tasty creations to try!
If you ever had the Nordstrom cafe tomato soup than you may have probably tried their Parmesan-Garlic Crostini–the two go so well together. This is my easy replica version.
You may have spotted these little savory mushroom appetizers at a Russian or Ukraine gathering but if you haven’t, you can now try to replicate those tasty little canapés because there really tasty.
These juicy grilled chicken crostini’s make a great little appetizer that tastes absolutely delicious! My mother’s creativity didn’t fail on these little hot sandwich melts…
If you ever get your hands on wild garlic (also named ramsons), these sandwiches are a must make! Fresh Garlic leaves (yes, they actually smell like garlic) are combined with a very mild feta cheese (manouri brynza) and topped over a buttered baguette.
Seasoned eggplant slices are tossed in olive oil then baked away to tenderness and assembled on top of some homemade bread with a garlicky mayonnaise spread.