Finger Foods

When we think finger food, we think sliders, nachos and pigs-in-a-blanket. Finger foods are great for parties, since utensils aren’t necessary, and since they’re usually small portions, you can try a little but of everything. One of our favorite finger foods is arancini, rice balls stuffed with mozzarella and peas. Fry them until they’re golden and crisp all over, and sprinkle with a little salt before serving. For an upgrade of a classic finger food, this version of pigs-in-a-blanket uses spicy Andouille sausage instead of hot dogs and is served with sweet mustard chutney. Whether you’re looking for an appetizer for a crowd or a kid-friendly snack, F&W’s guide to finger foods has recipes for every occasion.

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Food & Wine: Cocktail Sauce Recipes
Cocktail Sauce Recipes
Cocktail sauce is a kind of chilled dipping sauce served alongside seafood cocktail, like shrimp. American cocktail sauce is typically made with ketchup, prepared horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco and lemon juice. You can swap the ketchup for tomato-based chili sauce if you want something a little spicier. Another type of cocktail sauce is Marie Rose sauce, made from ketchup and mayonnaise—but we like to put sophisticated spin on this ‘70s throwback with a little brandy and horseradish. Here, six riffs on cocktail sauce. 

The Best Finger Foods Ideas

Easy Finger Foods Recipes