If you want a super quick and delicious appetizer to take to your next get together, this Antipasto on a stick is definitely for you!
Yesterday we had our annual hanging of the greens at church. We had an amazing time decorating, fellowshipping, and eating of course. With our crew, we are always eating something.
While I was at Aldi grabbing a few groceries, I decided to try my hand at making Antipasto Kabobs. Antipasto is really just a combination of meats, cheeses, and olives — but if you have people who are not olive fans, you can leave them out.
I only use three main ingredients when I make this —
- Dried Salami
- Fresh Mozzarella Cheese
- Grape or Cherry Tomatoes
The fresh mozzarella is my all time favorite. Simply slice it up like this in thick wedges —
Then take the slices and chunk them up. Once you do, just thread the meat, cheese, and tomato onto a toothpick.
Then place them on a plate, top with some Italian dressing (I used Kraft House blend), and season them with salt and pepper.
- 8 ounces fresh mozzarella
- Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
- 1 package of dried salami, pepperoni, or summer sausage
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Italian dressing
- Take the mozzarella and slice it in thick pieces and then chunk it into cubes.
- Thread the salami slices, tomato, and cheese cubes onto toothpicks.
- Drizzle with Italian dressing and then sprinkle on Salt and pepper.