Wrap strips of cooked chicken, bean sprouts, carrot and cucumber in lettuce leaves instead of rice paper wrappers for a colorful
Asian-style first course. The peanut sauce will rival that of your favorite Thai restaurant.
These sweet and tangy bite-size chicken pieces are sure to be gobbled up quickly when you put them out on a holiday appetizer
buffet. This glazy chicken is also great served over rice for a hearty main dish.
A taquito is basically a “little taco" and consists of small rolled up tortilla filled with beef or chicken and beans and
then fried. Serve these tasty tortilla bites with salsa and guacamole for a party appetizer a light dinner.
If it's a little too chilly for grilling in your part of the country, you can broil these drumettes in the oven. The tangy
white sauce is what makes this recipe distinctive, so don't shortchange yourself by using a bottled barbecue sauce.
Pâté is a classic appetizer that's typically fairly high in fat, but this one is lighter because of the skinless chicken,
low-fat sour cream and fat-free cream cheese. Serve with baguette slices or sturdy crackers.
Bring the retro appetizer that everyone at the party's talking about. Chill a chicken-cream cheese spread in a loaf pan, then
make it into the shape of a box by cutting the loaf in half crosswise and placing one half on top of the other.
These easy chicken appetizers feature crescent dough rectangles filled with a creamy canned chicken mixture and topped with
butter. They're great pick-up appetizers for parties or to serve with salad or soup at dinner.