The most joyful and blessed time of the year has arrived.
Hello Christmas! My favorite and special holiday that still play magic on me. . . May you never stop searching the skies on Christmas eve!
Food is a big part of the festivities, and why not deck the table with some relish hors d’oeuvres to wow everyone. Go beyond regular and add let your food presentation as well say it’s Christmas time.
At this time of the year, red and green are not just regular colors!
Guacamole tostitos scoops, are a beautiful and festive amuse bouche, to be on your christmas table. It’s always good to have an easy-to-pick-up food that requires no fork or spoon.
You will need:
- 20 tostitos scoops (tortilla chips)
- 1 big ripe avocado
- 1 tsp garlic salt
- lemon juice (as per your taste)
- diced capsicum for garnish
- sour cream optional
A very easy and last minute preparation, no efforts or time needed. All you have to do is to layer the ingredients in the tostitos scoops. Starting with the sour cream, (if you decided to put), then guacamole and finally garnish with the finely diced red capsicum. To make the guacamole, puree the avocado, roughly with a fork, (when it’s really ripe, you don’t need more than a fork to mash it) and mix it with garlic salt and lemon juice. Adjust the ingredients as per your taste, condiments are always subjective.
You will love these bites, and trust me they will disappear in seconds!
I wish you an extraordinary “reveillon” full of delicious food, warmth, blessings, lots of gifts, memories, laughter and love. Chocolate doesn’t come as a wish, i am sure it’s for granted 😉
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Get your Christmas dinner start with these beautiful and easy first course. These relish 5 appetizers takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and bring the wow factor to your Christmas table.
This amuse bouche made with broccoli and cherry tomato is inspired from the Christmas tree. Serve it with cocktail or ranch sauce.
No forks or spoons required for these easy-to-pick-up appetizers; Caprese skewers can replace a salad.
A snowman cheese is an impressive hors d’oeuvre, so cute to be eaten. You can prepare it with any white creamy cheese you like; feta, boursin, rambol, goat cheese….
Go beyond a cheese board with these cute feta thyme appetizer. The tomato hat made all the difference 🙂
Kebbeh is a staple on the Lebanese table, take it to the next level by cutting it into Christmassy shapes like ginger man, tree, star, snowflake, snowman….Kids will love it too.
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Not sure what to do with all Easter eggs leftover? As many of you, I don’t like to throw food, and it’s time to do something with the remaining decorated eggs before they spoil.
When it comes to deviled eggs, there are hundred variations, i will show u how to do the Lebanese version, it’s a very common dish called eggs and potatoes بيض وبطاطا
Deviled eggs a la Libanaise:
- 5 hard boiled eggs
- 2 medium boiled potato
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- sweet pepper and olives for garnishing.
First start by emptying the eggs.
Then mash together, egg yolk, potatoes, salt and olive oil. Place them in a plastic bag to fill the whites.
Fill all the whites you have. And keep the remaining to eat them with lebanese bread.
Jazz it up with a sprinkle of sweet pepper and olives!
It tastes delicious!
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