Canapés and Ravioli

November 7, 2008

Canapé is a small, prepared and usually decorative food, held in the fingers and often eaten in one bite. Australians are starting to call them Onebite.

Because they are often served during cocktail hours, it is often desired that a canapé be either salty or spicy, in order to encourage guests to drink more. A canapé may also be referred to as finger food, although not all finger foods are canapés. Crackers or small slices of bread or puff pastry, cut into various shapes, serve as the base, often topped with a “canopy” of savoury food.

Assorted canapé

with scramble eggs

with crab sticks, sausages and sliced cucumber

salmon with mayonnaise

Ravioli with tomato concasse


4 Responses to “Canapés and Ravioli”

  1. KK Says:

    like hor’dvours?

  2. hooisanlai Says:

    What’s that Kim? So ‘chim’ your food language.. haha!

  3. KK Says:

    those little things like….appetizers…..

  4. mycookinghut Says:

    Your Canapés are all nicely dressed 🙂

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