Recipes in the 'Vegetable Appetizers' category

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This quick appetizer is a crowd pleaser at any gathering. Lighten it up with margarine and less cheese than traditional recipes while still keeping the fabulous taste.

Fresh ingredients and savory cheese make this appetizer a winner with guests. Serve it for the big game or before a posh dinner party. Either way, everyone will enjoy it.

This fresh appetizer will beat store-bought hummus every time without a lot of effort. Try it served with vegetables and pita triangles.

This salad is a special one and comes with cubes of crusty bread, olives, basil and more! Tomayto, tomahto, what's the difference? It's tasty either way....

You'll be cool as a cucumber when you get a sample of this crispy and crunchy appetizer. A deviation from traditional garden salads, this scintillating side requires just three simple ingredients. Lettuce entice you to give it a try.

If eggplant Parmesan is the only way you know how to prepare this versatile vegetable, it's time for something different. This Italian antipasto can be served also as a side dish. Serve hot or cold, and garnish with slices of lemon.

Eggplant often steals the spotlight as a main course. In this case, it plays a supporting role as a spread or dip. This is perfect served over baked polenta squares or any antipasto platter. Dip it good!

This scintillating soup can be served as an appetizer or a dessert. There's nothing complicated about whipping up a pot of this Indian-inspired dish that gives you curry in a hurry.


Cheese, spinach and mushrooms have enough flavor to stand on their own. So you can only imagine the inviting taste of this divine dip that blends all three. For a healthier version, opt for light sour cream and low-fat cheeses.

There's nothing rotten about these stuffed tomatoes. Brown rice, pine nuts and fresh basil round out this dish that'll have you seeing red... in a really good way.

Think of bruschetta bread with a Mexican twist. That's what you're basically getting with this great offering that'll have you breaking bread more often than not. It has all the fixins' with a phenomenal taste.


These mushrooms are filled with parsley, scallions, butter, lemon juice, salt and pepper and sprinkled with breadcrumbs. There's no cap as to how many of these little bites of goodness you'll want to eat.

You can buy ready-made guacamole, but nothing compares to the real deal. This avocado explosion of flavor brings together the best tastes in fresh produce for an outstanding dip. When the chips are down, have this dip handy.

Break out the crockpot and get this to steamy, dreamy tomato and pepper dip going. Served with warm pita bread or crackers, it's a great escape from the boring dip doldrums.

The next time you grill, add some veggies to your meat. This collaboration of fresh vegetables combines tomatoes, zucchini, onions, mushrooms and more for a buffet of healthy, hearty goodness.

Baba Ghanoush is a kind of popular Middle Eastern dish made primarily of mashed eggplant and various seasonings. Frequently, the eggplant is baked or broiled over an open flame before peeling, so that the pulp is soft and has a smoky taste.


It's not hard to get your kids to say cheese, especially when you serve this scumptious snack. There's no need for crackers when you fry up a batch of these fried cheese squares. They are sure to be love at first bite.

Serve it with your favorite dressing and do not feel frugal while eating this!

Garlic and fresh ripe tomatoes on a toasted slice of baguette; and if desired, top it with some fresh basil.


What's the best thing since sliced bread? Sliced bread with a serving of this homemade bruschetta. Enjoy it as a starter or a snack. A handful of ingredients makes for one great-tasting treat that will satisfy those hungry mouths.