Fingerfood Recipes

Finger food is a small snack that can be taken off the serving plate without plates or cutlery and eaten with a bite if possible. You should make sure that the ingredients used do not drip too much, stick or splash when biting off. For example, you can set up finger food like a buffet and simply place a stack of napkins next to it. Fingerfood can be mixed in a variety of ways, from savoury snacks to sweet snacks and fruit.

Aloha Meatballs Fingerfood
Aloha Meatballs Fingerfood Aloha Meatballs finger food can be served hot or cold. Knead the minced meat, egg and breadcrumbs into flour. ...
American Sandwich
American Sandwich For American sandwich, rinse 2 leaves of salad and dry. Cut the onion into slices. ...
Antipasti Canapes
Antipasti Canapes For Antipasti Canapes first mix ricotta with balsamic vinegar. Press garlic through the garlic press and stir in. ...
Aubergines Fingerfood
Aubergines Fingerfood Aubergine finger food is very good and easy to prepare. Cut the aubergines into thin slices. ...
Back Ham Canapes
Back Ham Canapes taste particularly hearty on rustic whole grain baguette. Cut the baguette into slightly thicker slices and cover with egg salad. ...
Bagel with camembert
Bagel with camembert tastes best if you use a slightly creamier mild camembert with approx. 60% fat in dry matter. Fresh bagels can be briefly roasted by the toaster on the roll top as required. ...
Baked cheese
Baked cheese in a crispy casing goes particularly well as a small snack with a glass of wine or beer. For baked cheese, first preheat the fryer to 170° C. ...
Baked Mett Bread Rolls
Baked Mett Bread Rolls are ideal as finger food for a party, as they are easy to prepare even in large quantities, taste good, satisfy and are inexpensive. Preheat the oven to 225°. ...
BBQ prawns finger food skewers
BBQ prawns finger food skewers can be prepared very well, since they should marinate at least 15 minutes in the spice paste. Rinse prawns and dry paper between kitchens. ...

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