Artichoke-Dill Crostini Chopped artichoke hearts are mixed with light mayonnaise, lemon juice, and dill to create a flavoful topping for crostini. Choose artichoke hearts packed in water, rather than oil, to keep this appetizer on the lighter side
Lemon Chicken Salad on Crostini; Chopped fresh dill may be substituted for the tarragon and diced Belgian endive for the fennel. The resulting salad will have a more Scandinavian flavor than this Mediterranean appetizer.
Crostini Di Scampi (Shrimp and Rosemary Crostini) Shrimp are sautéed in smoky bacon fat and served simply on grilled bread with rosemary for this popular snack at Venice, Italy’s Da Fiore restaurant. Photo: Ingalls Photography See the recipe&
Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts and Red Beans With Lemon and Mustard
When you have lots of leftover vegetables in your fridge, a simple and delicious vegetarian skillet supper might be just the thing Two things to remember: 1) A wok should not be limited to Asian stir-fries 2) The cooking water drained off from cooked barley or brown rice can be added to cooked vegetables the way pasta cooking water is sometimes used to moisten and add texture to an accompaniment
Smoked Salmon Crostini ~ You can prepare the salmon topping for these party canapés earlier in the day and keep it refrigerated until ready to assemble. You’ll need gluten-free baguette slices for the base.