Pigs in a blanket are an American classic when it comes to appetizers. They’re easy to make and eat like a meal. Kids love them too, so it’s no wonder they’ve remained a popular dish for family gatherings.
These spicy orange meatballs employ an orange marmalade and Sriracha combination to create a spicy sweet and sour sauce. An easy appetizer that cooks in your crockpot or double the sauce and serve over rice for a quick and easy Chinese-style dinner.
Sun-dried tomatoes bump up the flavor in these classic jalapeno poppers.
Upgrade your tailgating game with these fresh new recipes plus some old classics including finger foods, snacks, dips and make-ahead desserts.
I bet you’ve heard of fried green tomatoes, but have you ever tried them? Just add a side of marinara sauce and you’ll be wondering how spent all these years not knowing the goodness that is a fried green tomato.
Decorate almonds as footbals and toss with kettle corn for the perfect game day snack.
Need a quick but yummy and filling breakfast or snack? These ham and cheese biscuits are just the thing! No messy layers to fall apart.
While definitely Indian-spiced and inspired, they are not authentic samosas or a dish you’ll ever find on a menu. This filling is remniscent of aloo gobi.
Crispy mushroom caps make the perfect appetizer when topped with cream cheese and lox.