In addition to spending valuable time with family, the best part of Thanksgiving for many is the food. Those who love to cook enjoy the experience of cooking delicious dishes with loved ones. However, coming up with unique and desirable Thanksgiving appetizers is not always an easy thing to do. This review highlights four delicious Thanksgiving appetizers your family should consider making this Thanksgiving.
The best Thanksgiving appetizers for 2020
Depending on the size of your Thanksgiving gathering, you may can justify making all four of these dishes, or you can pick the one that you feel your family will enjoy the most. Of course, there are many other appetizers to try this Thanksgiving, but these four are sure to be a huge hit and can get your mind going in the right direction as you decide on what you should serve before the big feast.
Deviled eggs with delicious toppings
Deviled eggs are a Thanksgiving favorite for many families. Although it may not be the most creative dish in the world, deviled eggs are something that is easy to prepare and a must-have on Thanksgiving day. All you will need to make deviled eggs is a dozen (or more) eggs, mayonnaise, lemon juice, dijon mustard and hot sauce, in addition to your favorite toppings (we recommend bacon and scallions). Simply halve the eggs, combine the yolks and the rest of the ingredients in a bowl, mash the ingredients together and spoon onto the egg whites. Ideally, you should make the deviled eggs the morning of or the night before Thanksgiving dinner.
Maryland famous crab cakes
There is something about crab cakes that make them taste even better on Thanksgiving day. To make crab cakes, all you will need is pancake mix, yellow mustard, mayonnaise, eggs and cooked crab meat. Combine the ingredients (except for the crab meat) and stir. Add in the crab meat and form approximately seven inch patties. You can then cook them in a skillet with vegetable oil. You will need to cook approximately eight minutes for each side. They should be warm and ready to serve after they are cooked.
Spinach and artichoke dip
Spinach and artichoke dip served with bread is a bit more of a fancy dish to serve on Thanksgiving. Nevertheless, it is absolutely delicious. To prepare the dish, you will need spinach, artichoke, parsley, scallion, parmesan cheese, walnuts, mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Combine the mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt, pepper and artichoke into a bowl and mix. Once mixed, add in the rest of the ingredients and you are ready to serve. This dish goes well slices of baguettes or crackers.
Thanksgiving-day stuffed mushrooms
Stuffed mushrooms make for a unique and delicious dish that your guests most likely are not expecting. To make stuffed mushrooms, all you need is packaged mushrooms, onions, butter and your favorite stuffing; we recommend using bacon and cheese. You can then cook the ingredients in a skillet before stuffing the mushrooms with the bacon and cheese. Once they are stuffed, bake the mushrooms on 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
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