Recipes (english)

Cold starters

Cold starters are easy to prepare, shorten the waiting time for the main course and should only be small enough to stimulate the appetite without satiating it too much. Depending on what is served as the main course, you can serve a small salad, liver pâté, finger food, antipasti or tapas.

antipasti
Antipasti can be served either as a starter, or with fresh ciabatta as a small snack with a glass of wine. Antipasti can also be prepared well in larger quantities, as it tastes best if you leave it in the fridge overnight. ...
Antipasti skewers
Antipasti skewers can be prepared quickly and easily. Drain the mozzarella. ...
Antipasti with ham
Antipasti with ham goes very well with fresh ciabatta and wine. Cut Coppa ham into thin slices, fold twice, turn into roses and place on small antipasti plates. ...
appetizers
Appetizers should be easy to prepare, stimulate the appetite and do not satiate too much. It is best to offer a small selection of different starters. ...
Asparagus in salsa
Asparagus in salsa is very suitable as a starter without further side dishes. Wash and peel the asparagus and cut off the woody ends. ...
Asparagus mousse
Asparagus mousse can be served as a light starter with buttered roasted toast corners, or as a small snack with toast with smoked salmon or as a filling for ham rolls with cooked ham. It is best to prepare the asparagus mousse in good time and let it cool well in the refrigerator for at least 2-3 hours. ...
Asparagus roll with smoked salmon
Asparagus roll with smoked salmon is served with Gravlax sauce. Place 8 asparagus stalks in boiling salt water and cook at medium heat for 10 to 12 minutes. ...
Aubergine puree
Aubergine puree is an oriental starter. Peel and dice the aubergines. ...
Avocado hummus
Avocado hummus is a delicious variant of classic hummus and is served as a starter. For the Avocado Hummus, first pour chick peas into a sieve and rinse until the water no longer foams. ...

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