Snacks are served at parties for a variety of reasons. Some snacks are served at cocktail parties or cocktail receptions or guests can help themselves to more casual parties. Because nothing but sandwiches used to be served hand, choose your foods wisely when developing your menu, avoiding anything that is very difficult to eat or which may cause disorder. Snacks can also be economical to prepare to keep within the budget of your party and help you create a menu that may contain small food but great tasting.
Plan a menu that reflects your culinary preferences or inheritance. The wanton wrapped can be found at almost any supermarket or Asian specialty store. These can be stored in the freezer before use, but place them in the refrigerator a few hours before cooking. Fill options are plentiful. Beef, tofu, pork, soy sauce, cream cheese, crab, spicy sauce and chives can be used. Prepare your stuffing in advance. Take each wrapper and moisten the edges with your fingers carefully using egg whites. Take a tablespoon of filling and place it in the middle. Close the edges and press. You can fry or steam them. Another idea is the skewers. Threading your skewers with chicken, onion, pineapple and green pepper. As alas or bake. Grilled Lime or lemon peel can also be included and are delicious. For a quick vegetarian sandwich, take 1 pound (0.45 kg) of soy beans and mix with 1 tablespoon sesame oil, 1 tablespoon ground ginger and 1 tablespoon minced garlic. Serve in a bowl and ends with a little sea salt. Continue reading