During carnival parties, delicious snacks disappear from the table in no time at all! After the festive seasoning something tasty and healthy will be useful, which can be served in many ways. Fingers will be a great alternative to Italian grissini, not only are they cheaper, but they are available in more and different flavor variants. How fast can I make parma ham fingers, crispy salads or sweet fingers in chocolate?
Sticks with Parma ham
Wine and drinks can be served solo sticks with Provencal herbs. They can also be wrapped in Parma ham, placed on a tray or a large plate lined with a rocket.
Baked fingers with yellow cheese
Cheese lovers can wrap their fingers in a slice of cheese, then wrap them in ham and bake them for a while.
in the oven until the cheese melts. Such fingers can also be served with dips.
CZECH REPUBLIC DIP
- - cloves of garlic
- - 3 tablespoons of natural yoghurt
- - ≥ 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise
- - salt, pepper
Squeeze the garlic through the press and add to mayonnaise and yoghurt. Add dill and spices
and mix everything thoroughly.
- - 2 large red peppers
- - 1 chilli pepper, preferably red
- - 2 tomatoes
- - 1 red onion
- - fresh or dried basil or oregano
- - olive oil for frying
- - salt, pepper
Cut the chilli peppers and chilli peppers in half and remove the seed nests. Arrange the halves in a heatproof dish, sprinkle with oil and bake in the oven for about 30 minutes. Burn the tomatoes and remove the skin from them. Cut them into cubes together with the onion. Pour a tablespoon of olive oil into a heated frying pan, then fry the tomatoes and onion. Carefully remove the skin from the cooled paprika, cut it into smaller pieces and add it to the pan. Season with herbs and stew until the paprika is soft. Finally, add pepper and salt and mix together.
Sticks in chocolate
- - a milk or bitter chocolate plate
- - 7 tablespoons of milk
- - teaspoonfuls of butter
Chocolate melt in a water bath. Add milk and butter and mix thoroughly. The sauce should have a velvety texture. Combine fingers with sesame or poppy seeds with still warm chocolate sauce.