Although a classic ceviche has raw fish that's been marinated in fresh lime juice long enough to "cook" the fish, this party
version features cooked shrimp that's served in a vegetable and lime juice mixture.
The name says it all. What's better than bacon? Shrimp wrapped in bacon and stuffed with Parmesan cheese, basil, and garlic.
Serve these delectable appetizers in soup spoons for over-the-top presentation.
Try this wonton twist on ravioli as a knife-and-fork hors d'oeuvre. You can prepare the ravioli up to one day in advance;
sauté in lemon-sage brown butter just before serving. Or freeze on a baking sheet until firm, transfer to an airtight container,
and store frozen up to four weeks.
Fill restaurant-style spring rolls with shrimp and pork for your dipping pleasure. You can fry them in advance, keeping the
rolls warm in the oven before guests arrive. If you're serving as a first course, plate two rolls over lettuce leaves with
a single serving of sauce.
Crunchy vegetables pair with hoisin-seasoned chicken in this refreshing roll. You can make the sauce and chicken mixture a
few hours ahead, but assemble the rolls just before serving so that they don't dry out.