Looking for delicious Thanksgiving appetizer ideas? Your guests will be more than happy to gather around your holiday table to enjoy tasty starters like bacon-stuffed mushrooms, Parmesan baked mussels and roasted pumpkin and pear soup. Take a look below to find more exciting Thanksgiving appetizer ideas:
BACON STUFFED MUSHROOMS
Kick off your holiday feast with mushrooms stuffed with an irresistible blend of bacon, sweet corn, chilies and herbs - a great Thanksgiving appetizer idea sure to dazzle your guests. Here is the recipe.
ROASTED PUMPKIN AND PEAR SOUP
Pears add a hint of sweetness to this creamy pumpkin soup. For an elegant holiday touch serve it in tiny ramekins garnished with fresh herbs. Serve with toasted baguette slices.
Take crudités to the next level by serving them with this umami-rich Italian dipping sauce known as bagna cauda. It's made with garlic, anchovies, olive oil and adds a nice bite to veggies like celery, cauliflower and radicchio.
Here's a tasty Thanksgiving appetizer idea for seafood lovers: tender mussels topped with a crunchy Parmesan topping and baked until crisp. It's a recipe that's great paired with bubbly.
Bring a touch of Sicily to your Thanksgiving celebration with these cheesy rice balls. They are deep fried until golden and flavored with a hint of saffron. Who can resist them?
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