Saturday, December 8, 2012

Looking for an old Pampered Chef recipe. I thought it was called Cucumber canapes?

Q. Looking for an old Pampered Chef recipe. I thought it was called Cucumber canapes, but it used crescent rolls cut into squares, salmon cream cheese and slices of cucumbers
Not cucumber PARTY canapes, I can use "the wonders of a search feature" and had already DONE that before posting the question.

Thank you John for your attempt to help.

A. this is the closest i found..cucumber party canapes

1 package 8 oz cream cheese softened
1/4 cup sour cream
1 teaspoon dried dill weed
1 teaspoon lemon zest
1 cucumber
1 loaf canape french bread, sliced
1 cup cherry tomatoes halved

In small batter bowl, combine cream cheese, sour cream, dill weed and lemon zest. Mix well
Cut cucumber crosswise into 3 equal sections. Peel seed and coarsely chop 1 cucumber section. Add to cream cheese; mix gently. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.

Thinly slice the remaining cucumber sections using Ultimate Slice and Grate; cut each slice in half.
Slice canapy bread into 18 1/2 inch slices using Serrated Bread Knife.

To assemble canapes, place 1 scoop cream cheese mixture onto each bread slice using Small Scoop, spreading evenly. Top each canape with one cucumber slice and 1 tomato half. Serve immediately.

I dont see salmon in the recipe but i don;t see why you couldn't add a salmon slice to each one.

Take care and enjoy!!!

Canapes recipe? Something that doesn't use bread or crackers as a base. Thanls?
Q. The last word 'thanls' is supposed to be thanks.
Please also provide me with the name of the recipe, if you guys don't mind. thanks again.

A. I like stuffed mushrooms and stuffed cherry tomatoes.

The cherry tomatoes are the easier of the two; just cut a bit of the top off, make a small "well" in the top and stuff or pipe in your favorite cheese spread or dab in a bit of your favorite vegetable dip. Like cheese and pimentos or sour cream and bacon dip.

The stuffed mushrooms I either serve raw or baked, using the same recipe because it has nothing in it that will go "off" if kept for a reasonable time at room temperature.

8 ounces fresh white mushrooms
I Tablespoon finely chopped onion
2-3 ounces fresh tomato, chopped
Croutons made from 2 slices of bread (I like honey wheat bread the best)
6 basil leaves
2-4 Tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
Tomato juice, fat-free chicken broth or water, if needed
Garlic powder}
Salt} to taste
White pepper}

Wipe a half-pound of white mushrooms clean (if very dirty, you might want to rinse them). Take tablespoon or so of onion and chop it finely and add to a small bowl. Remove the stems of the mushrooms, and reserving the caps, chop the stems finely and put into the small bowl. Take a small tomato, or a few cherry tomatoes or grape tomatoes and chop them, as well. Add to the bowl. Take a handful of croutons and crush them. Put in the bowl with the rest of the stuffing. Take a few basil leaves and mince, and, you guessed it, put into the bowl. Add some Parmesan cheese, to taste, two tablespoons or more. Add garlic powder, just a bit, not too much or you'll overpower the other flavors. Toss and taste. Add salt and white pepper to taste. If it's too dry add a bit of tomato juice, fat-free chicken broth or water. Stuff the mushroom caps, mounding up the stuffing as needed. Top with a few shreds of mozzarella cheese and another bit of Parmesan and bake about 15-20 minutes in a 350F oven, or serve chilled or at room temperature.

What are easy,but delicous canape recipes? (Pics)?
Q. What are easy,but delicous canape recipes? I need a canape recipe that taste good but is easy. The ingredient maximum is 5 different ingredients and i have to make about 40 of them. Any recipes please?!

I need something like this:

A. Sorry I didn't click on that link so I don't know what you want exactly, so I Hope these work


Beautiful canapes begin with the clever cutting of assorted breads. Following is a list of canape-butters which are all prepared in this manner.
Cream the butter thoroughly, grind fish, meat or vegetables to a paste and combine with the seasonings and butter. Spread on toast rounds and garnish or use as a base for sandwich fillings.


1 c. butter
1 c. shrimp, minced and cooked
1/4 tsp. salt
Dash of paprika
1 tbsp. lemon juice


1/2 c. butter
1/4 c. chives
4 drops worcestershire sauce


1 c. butter
1/2 c. anchovies, minced or
4 tbsp. anchovy paste
2 tsp. lemon juice
4 drops onion juice

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