Sunday, September 18, 2011

Gather some knowledge on Spicy Appetizers

There is no better way to perk up a party going crowd, but to offer a spicy, pleasantly appetizing, or deliver a fiery first eat a good meal. Appetizers can provide an emission spectrum of flavors, and many recipes can be prepared with little effort. Fortunately, even savory appetizers that require a little more of your time, as in Greek Pastries Chile-cheese recipes below, you taste so good that you may find yourself making them many times.

You can always adjust the heat to adapt to all guests when they make a spicy appetizer. For chile lovers can go crazy with hot peppers and spices, while the soft mouth less of the hot stuff. A sure way to please everyone is to deliver fiery salsas on the side, so visitors can warm their own appetizer portions they choose.

When hosting a party, offers a variety of appetizers spicy. Just let visitors know who you serve them to bear the heat and who do not. Let them make the final call.

Chile-cheese Pastries Greek

The cake that was inspired by some great Greek appetizers. They are seasoned with zesty green chili, and is guaranteed to love those who love the heat. Makes many so quick to go.

Melted unsalted butter

2 eggs

2 cups cottage cheese

1 pound feta cheese, crumbled

1 / 4 cup chopped parsley

Pinch of salt

10 oz thawed filo dough (strudel leaves)

1 / 4 cup canned chopped green chilies

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Brush baking sheet with some melted butter. Whisk eggs, cheese, parsley and salt together until blended. Stack the 2 pastry sheets, then cut lengthwise into 3-inch-wide strips.

Brush each strip 2-layer with melted butter on both sides. Put 1 tablespoon cheese filling on 1 end of each lane, then top with several pieces of Chile. Fold one corner of strip over the filling to create a triangle, then fold triangle over itself. Continue folding triangle from side to side until you reach the end of The Strip. You must have a triangle-shaped pastry when you're done.

Pierce top of dough with a wooden toothpick and place on greased cookie sheet. Continue to make cakes to use all of the filo, filling of cheese and chili.

Bake for 30 to 50 minutes or until the pastry is golden and crispy. This recipe makes about 4 dozen Chile-cheese pastries.

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