Authentic Italian Cooking
Italian hot meat antipasto ideas
Italian appetizers are very highly sought and appreciated. My husband Carlo and I have eaten in a lot of restaurants and have always noticed that there are very few people who give them up. Note that Italian word for starter is antipasto. This page is dedicated to all the meat recipes that can be served hot especially in cold months, Holidays included.
How to serve hot meat appetizers
They can be served together with cold ones to make assorted platters of extraordinary taste, refined or rustic. You can assemble a lot of different morsels or make a more refined choice by limiting their number.
A good Italian example is "gnocco fritto" served with culatello, a kind of cold cuts. A lot of Emilian restaurants also serve tigelle with culatello.
Another example? vegetables stuffed with sausage or meat .
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Our tested recipes
Ascolana olives are stuffed and fried olives. You have to use large tender green olives. Their filling is made with a lot of meat and cheese to. Yummy! They taste fantastic and are very good finger foods and street food too!
This is another version of stuffed olives, created by me thinking of lactose-intolerant people. The result? very tasty finger food idea but a low- calorie recipe not too rich in fat too you can serve to your guests without any concern.
Arancini or Sicilian rice croquettes are a traditional, well-known street food that you can make easily at home too. I also suggest how to replace some ingredients difficult to find outside Italy.
Do you know Emilian cuisine? It is characterized by salami flavors. Salami are often accompanied by gnocco fritto and/or tigelle. I think it's one of the most delicious appetizers served in Italy. This recipe was provided to us by a faithful reader of ours and it is authentic, really!
This is a perfect recipe for your get-togethers in August and September. The months in which these vegetables are flavorful and ripe. A recipe of mine. They can be served warm or cold.