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St. Patrick's Day is a time to celebrate Irish culture and traditions, and what better way to do that than with delicious food? If you're hosting a party, having a big tray of appetizers is a must. And with these mouthwatering appies, your guests are sure to be impressed.
These bite-sized snacks are a classic Irish dish and perfect for the occasion. Made with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing on Irish rye bread, these mini Reubens are sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
This delicious appetizer is perfect for any party. Serve it with crackers or bread, and add a side of cream cheese, capers, and red onions for a tasty treat.
These tiny biscuits are filled with ham, cheese, and mustard, and they're a great addition to your party tray.
Olives are a great addition to any party tray, and they're easy to make. Mix together some green and black olives with garlic, lemon zest, and herbs, and let them sit for a few hours. Your guests will love the tangy, flavorful olives.
Mussels are a classic Irish seafood, and this recipe is a great way to serve them as an appetizer. Cook them in white wine and serve them with a tangy vinaigrette made with mustard, shallots, and vinegar.
Baked Beet Chips
These baked beet chips are a healthy and delicious addition to any party tray. Simply slice some beets thinly, toss them with olive oil, and bake them until crispy. Serve them with a side of hummus or tzatziki for dipping.
These mini pastrami sandwiches are a great addition to any party. Serve them warm with a side of mustard or Thousand Island dressing, and your guests will love them.
This delicious appetizer is perfect for any occasion. Mix together diced salmon with capers, onions, and herbs, and serve it with crackers or toast points.
Deviled eggs are a classic appetizer, and they're always a crowd-pleaser. Mix together egg yolks with mayo, mustard, and a splash of pickle juice, and pipe the mixture back into the egg whites. Garnish with paprika or chives for a festive touch.
Sausage rolls are a great addition to any party tray, and they're easy to make. Simply wrap sausage in puff pastry and bake until golden brown. Serve them with a side of mustard or ketchup for dipping.
Cheese logs are a classic party appetizer, and they're perfect for any celebration. Mix together cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and herbs, and roll the mixture into a log. Serve it with crackers or sliced veggies for dipping.
With these mouthwatering appies, your big party tray is sure to be a hit. So get cooking, and enjoy the festivities!
For more, here are over 30 great Irish Recipes, to keep you cooking and feeding you recipe ideas.
Easy pastrami seasoned up in your crockpot. Make a pot full for game day and let the guys fix their own sandwiches. Of course, big guys may need bigger rolls. But for appetizers, the slider size works great.
You can stuff cucumbers with just about anything and its delicious! In this recipe I use http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/deviled-ham my deviled ham recipe to stuff them with. Of course you can use whatever you like, this is more of a method for stuffed cucumbers.
Something different and fun to make. I found the beet chips didn't stay crisp overnight, so they are best made and eaten the same day.
Lovely appetizer! These mussels are heavenly! Do lots, they will go quickly.
I have a few marinated olive and Feta recipes I like and this is one of them. This is a quick one that doesn’t require as much marinating time. Make sure you rub the dried oregano between your fingers when adding to the recipe to release the flavours.
Who doesn't love a slider. This one is spicy and full of yummy flavors!
This is an easy impressive looking recipe. Tasty too! I have trouble finding watercress so then I use Arugula. It is good but not as flavourful as the cress. The original recipe was from Chatelaine Magazine. I finally found some watercress and I like it better than the arugula. It is peppier
These are great little appetizers and so easy to make. Prepare in advance and pop in the oven just before serving.
This is a lovely appetizer and so easy to make. The bread can be the small slices of perty rye or the pumpernickle. This recipe is tarditional Danish served in our home many times when I was a younster. I don't roll the balls in the chopped parsley I just drizzle some on each ball,
These are a tasty treat. They go over well at pot-lucks and get togethers. They are a nice appetizer served over your favourite crackers. They also make for a nice lunch item .
Pickled eggs . . . . either you love em' or you hate em'!!!! I always know when I prepare a jar full they are mine, ALL mine. Hubby wouldn't dare touch them. My grandmother taught me to make these, and I also watched my Mom make them. Prep time does not include the time it takes to boil the eggs.
A special recipe from a friend's collection, one that tastes as good as it looks! It's a tried and true recipe that never fails to please. Amazing how a recipe that is so easy to make could taste so good! I don't process mine - make as we have been making them in our area for generations. Processing does change the texture. If you have safety concerns please check the...
These tasty deviled eggs are very addicting, you can't have just one.
All purpose deviled ham spread - great for sandwiches, wraps or appetizers on crackers or fill deviled eggs - many uses and quite delicious with a little zip. Great use of left over cooked ham.
These are always a big hit at parties. I don't know the exact yield for this so I'm just estimating
Very attractive looking appy! and good too. Had some ladies over for a "crafty evening", making little Christmas thingies, the spirals went over big, and the ladies took the recipe, from "Women's world".
These are a Christmas tradition in my family. We make them every year for eating and giving as gifts. Don't be put off by the chili powder, it really is a lovely taste.