Making Crostini Holiday Party Appetizers

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Learn how to make crostini holiday party appetizers in this easy snack recipe video from our authority on delicious snacks and house parties.

Part of the Video Series: Party Appetizers for Holiday Catering
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Video Transcript

So next we are going to be doing the very versatile classy alternative to a cracker for the holiday season. You can use it for putting spreads on or you can use to carry the topping for bruschetta. So I'm going to start by slicing a French beget. You can see I'm slicing it rather thinly because when you are going to get the beget you don't want or the bruschetta rather you don't want a mouth full of bread. You just want a little hint of the taste so I'm going to put those on my cookie sheet. You can see these are smaller, if you want a smaller one go straight across. I'm in bowl, I got some butter and I'm going to do 50-50 butter and olive oil. Now why I do 50-50 butter and olive oil is simply because I find that butter is to rich right on the crostini but the olive oil some how wax the flavor the butter has. So what I'm going to do to pop that to the microwave until the butter is melted. So the butter is all melted with the olive oil, now I'm just going to finish cutting a few more of these to finish off to finish off that this trade. Now just brush each one with the butter and this is really great to use that Dale beget that maybe you didn't get to finish last night. Don't throw it out cause you can keep this on hand as a cracker you can use that beget up. Also if you know for a fact that you are going to be using all these cause you can use it for some many different purposes but if you know you are going to be using them all for bruschetta say for example you could sprinkle with oregano not just salt and pepper. Salt and just a little bit of cracked pepper or if you knew you are going to be using some garlicky spread you can even put your garlic right in there. Now these are ready to go in a 300 degree oven for 15 minutes so you can have them nice and crispy.


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