Showing posts with label party foods. Show all posts
Showing posts with label party foods. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Cheese Steak Egg Rolls / #NewYearsAppetizers

I have to admit something to you~I am an appetizer junkie! They are so very hard to resist! Don't you think? I love going to events where appetizers are served! It's fun to try all the delicious little bites, and one of my favorites are these Cheese Steak Appetizers! They can be made ahead of time, and fried right before the party starts, which helps to ease that last minute scramble to get all the food ready. They are perfect for game day, birthday parties, cookouts, and almost any event you can think of, including New Years Eve! 

Cheese Steak Egg Rolls
Makes 10-12
(printable recipe at end of page)

1/2 pound Center Cut Top Sirloin
1/2 cup sliced Sweet Onion
sprinkle of Pepper
Provolone Cheese
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 
Egg Roll Wrappers
Oil for frying
8 ounce Cream Cream, softened
4 ounce Sour Cream
1 tablespoon Buffalo Sauce


Slice the meat very thinly. If you don't want to use a slicer, just slice thinly with a knife. 
This is how it should look.
Thinly slice the onion and peppers.
 Melt butter in pan. Use medium high heat to cook the meat. Add the pepper. Once the meat starts to cook, add the onion.
Add peppers and cook until tender.
Continue to cook until the meat is cooked and all the vegetables are tender.
Sop up the extra juices in the pan by using a paper towel to remove the grease.
Add both cheeses to pan, making sure the grease is pretty much gone. Mix in as it melts.
Melt the cheese by placing small pan upside down over meat and cheese.
1. Place the egg roll mix onto the egg roll wrapper. Set the wrapper so that a pointy edge is at the top. Brush cold water around the edges of each wrap to help them stick.
2. Fold one side and then the other into the center of the eggroll wrap.
3, Pull the bottom up and tuck over the food.
4. Continue to roll the wrap until done.
At this point the egg rolls can be covered with plastic and refrigerated overnight until you want to fry. Fry in a small fryer or in a pan of oil heated to 350 degrees. Remove from fryer and drain on a paper towel.
Make dipping sauce by whipping together the cream cheese, sour cream and buffalo sauce until mix is smooth.
You are going to love this sauce!
Serve with chips! Happy New Year!




I joined a group of bloggers to celebrate New Years Eve! Check out their appetizer recipes below!



Yield: 10-12

Cheese Steak Egg Rolls

ingredients:

1/2 pound Center Cut Top Sirloin
1/2 cup sliced Sweet Onion
sprinkle of Pepper
Provolone Cheese
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 
Egg Roll Wrappers
Oil for frying
8 ounce Cream Cream, softened
4 ounce Sour Cream
1 tablespoon Buffalo Sauce

instructions:


  1. Slice the meat very thinly. If you don't want to use a slicer, just slice thinly with a knife. 
  2. Thinly slice the onion and peppers.
  3.  Melt butter in pan. Use medium high heat to cook the meat. Add the pepper. Once the meat starts to cook, add the onion.
  4. Add peppers and cook until tender.
  5. Continue to cook until the meat is cooked and all the vegetables are tender.
  6. Sop up the extra juices in the pan by using a paper towel to remove the grease.
  7. Add both cheeses to pan, making sure the grease is pretty much gone. Mix in as it melts.
  8. Melt the cheese by placing small pan upside down over meat and cheese.
  9. 1. Place the egg roll mix onto the egg roll wrapper. Set the wrapper so that a pointy edge is at the top. Brush cold water around the edges of each wrap to help them stick.
    2. Fold one side and then the other into the center of the eggroll wrap.
    3, Pull the bottom up and tuck over the food.
    4. Continue to roll the wrap until done.
    At this point the egg rolls can be covered with plastic and refrigerated overnight until you want to fry. Fry in a small fryer or in a pan of oil heated to 350 degrees. Remove from fryer and drain on a paper towel.
  10. Make dipping sauce by whipping together the cream cheese, sour cream and buffalo sauce until mix is smooth.
  11. Serve with chips!
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Thursday, December 28, 2017

12 New Years Eve Party Appetizers You Will Want to Offer Your Guests!

With New Years Eve just a few days away, I wanted to share some of my favorite appetizers from some past New Years Eve parties! Some of these are quick and easy and some may take a little more time than others, but all of these tasty party foods will be enjoyed by your guests!















I hope you found one or more appetizers that you want to offer on your New Years Eve table!
Have a safe and Happy New Years Eve!




Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Super Bowl Eats and Treats!


It is getting close to the day of the big game,
 so I put together some appetizers and treats
to help in your search for the perfect fun party food.
Football and party foods

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Blue Cheese Dip

Happy New Year!
If you are looking for a simple, no fuss, yummy good dip to serve for New Years Eve, or anytime, this Blue Cheese Dip is your answer. The ingredients are so basic that you might just have most, if not all of them in your kitchen right now.  So make it this morning, stick it in the fridge to chill, let the flavors meld together, and you are done!