Antipasto means "before the meal" and refers to the appetizers or hors d'oeuvre served at the beginning of an Italian dinner. Antipasto can be a variety of foods such as cheese, meats, olives, or marinated vegetables served hot or cold.
Antipasto-On-A-Stick photo: CDKitchen Made with Bibb or Romaine lettuce, Italian salad dressing, beef, ripe olives, cherry tomatoes, Provolone cheese, artichoke heart Antipasto II Made with anchovies, celery, genoa salami, tomato, white onion, roasted red bell peppers, provolone cheese, black pitted olives, baby corn, pepperoncini peppers
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Make Ahead Antipasto Made with marinated artichoke hearts, carrots, green bell peppers, cauliflower, mushrooms, sweet pickles, celery, black olives, green olives, pickled onions stovetop Antipasto Kabobs Made with Parmesan Italian salad dressing, refrigerated cheese-filled tortellini, artichoke hearts, ripe olives, pepperoni sausage stovetop Antipasto Squares Made with black pepper, Parmesan cheese, eggs, pepperoni sausage, Swiss cheese, refrigerated crescent dinner rolls, boiled ham, provolone cheese, Genoa salami, roasted red peppers oven
Tuna Antipasto Made with bottle (14 oz size) catsup, chili sauce, pitted ripe olives, drained and sliced, bottle stuffed green olives, drained and sliced, jars button mushrooms, drained, cauliflower florets, sliced Antipasto Made with oil, green bell peppers, celery, garlic, cauliflower, tuna fish, sugar, onion, carrots, mushrooms stovetop
Marinated Antipasto Made with lettuce, Monterey jack cheese, pepperoncini peppers, Italian salad dressing, artichoke hearts, pepperoni slices, cherry tomato, ripe olives