10-Minute Appetizers

10-Minute Appetizers

You could just open a bag of chips…or you could whip up any one of these spur-of-the-moment, homemade snacks.

Devils on Horseback

Built on the premise that anything wrapped in bacon will make the crowd go wild, this classic appetizer consists of a blue cheese–stuffed date surrounded by a little blanket of bacon and roasted.

Canned Tuna’s Other Calling

Tuna is a tried-and-true pantry sandwich filler—but it also happens to be a savory, hearty appetizer ingredient, too. Buy top-quality tuna packed in olive oil and stuff it into jarred, roasted Spanish piquillo peppers for a lovely accompaniment to sangria or Cava.
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The Brilliant Mash-Up of Two Foods (Almost) Everybody Loves

Pizza and popcorn may not be standard cocktail-party fare. Combined, though, they’re an irresistible snack with a glass of wine or a soda. You simply pop the kernels and then sprinkle them with grated Parmesan, dried oregano, chopped sun-dried tomatoes, red-pepper flakes and garlic powder.

Cantaloupe Balls

This Southern appetizer mixes the bright flavors of cantaloupe and mint with a little hit of black pepper.

Feta Dip with Cucumber and Pita Chips

Rachael Ray blends feta and walnuts to create a creamy dip. Serve with store-bought pita chips and sliced cucumbers.

Crostini with Wild Mushrooms and Mozzarella

While the garlic, mushrooms and wine are cooking on the stove, you can bake the slices of cheese-topped bread. Less than 10 minutes later, top the crostini with the mushroom mixture.

Clear Chilled Tomato Soup with Jicama and Cherry Tomatoes

Ken Oringer, who runs eight Boston-area restaurants, serves this soup in martini glasses. It looks impressive, but only you have to know it was as simple as pureeing tomatoes in a food processor.

Goat Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomato Crostini

You can make this simple, elegant hors d’oeuvre in the mini bowl of your food processor or a mini chopper—or just mince the sun-dried tomatoes and chives by hand and then mash them in a bowl with the cheese and oil.