SAVEUR magazine presents their favorite party food recipes. Whether you’re looking for traditional party favorites, such as queso and spinach artichoke dip, or something more sophisticated, such as crab spring rolls and salmon tartare, these 13 recipes will liven up any party.
Meaty pork spareribs are rendered tender in a confit of lard, then fried until crisp and dusted with a mixture of hot and sweet paprika in this Hungarian dish.
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A simple mix of soy sauce, mirin, and cilantro flavors meltingly tender salmon for an elegant appetizer that requires very little prep time.
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Easiest pizza ever
Making for a substantial snack, Rosa Pepe stuffs olives with a simple beef and pork filling; then dredges them in breadcrumbs before crisping them up in the deep-fryer.
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This addictive appetizer is apparently of Japanese origin, but it first achieved popularity in Hawaii and is now considered a “Polynesian” specialty.
Ground macadamia nuts enrich this spicy Singaporean-style shrimp satay.
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Grilled Corn and Ricotta Dip
This recipe is a far cry from the gloopy, mayonnaise-like onion dip you’ll find in a jar at your local grocery store. It’s light, tangy, and inspired by Persian
mast-o-musir, a mix of diced shallots and yogurt or labneh. Get the recipe for Sautéed Onion and Yogurt Dip »
We found this recipe—a flavorful local favorite, in which tender artichoke bottoms are fried and served with an intense, tahini-based sauce—at al-Az, a casual but well-known restaurant in Damascus.
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Found in most supermarkets and Mexican grocers, canned chipotles in adobo make a smoky, fiery sauce for chicken wings.
An adaptation of the fried wonton, crab rangoon is one of the most enduringly popular appetizers at the posh Polynesian restaurant chain Trader Vic’s.
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Crab Spring Rolls