Antipasto Salad Cups

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    An honored Italian tradition, we have an antipasto salad platter for nearly every get-together we have. Now if you aren’t Italian, or maybe even if you are, the Antipasto platter really isn’t much of a traditional salad.

    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers!

    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers!

    Instead of a bed of leafy greens, like a pile of cured meats studded with the occasional pickled vegetable. Delicious!

    Antipasto salad literally means “before the pasta” although it isn’t always served with pasta, just like it really isn’t a salad. And in our home, the leafy green salad complete with a Garlic Balsamic Dressing or Creamy Italian, actually comes after the main course and before dessert, presumably Tiramisu.

    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers!

    Although I love the cherished array of charcuterie and veggies, I wanted to find a new way to present and eat antipasto salad. The chance presented itself after hubby came home with Puff Pastry Shells instead of Puff Pastry Sheets (for Citrus Sausage Tartlets). I had to use them and came up this idea.

    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers! #nocookappetizers #antipastosalad www.savoryexperiments.com

    I call this recipe Antipasto Salad Cups, but the truth is that the vessels you are looking for in the frozen food aisle are actually “shells”. If you buy cups, great, they are much smaller and bite-sized, perfect for things like Chocolate Mousse, but not big enough to fill with a good array of chopped antipasto.

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    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers! #nocookappetizers #antipastosalad www.savoryexperiments.com

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    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers!
    Antipasto Salad Cups
    Prep Time
    15 mins
    Cook Time
    15 mins
    Total Time
    30 mins
     
    Antipasto Salad Cups are made of chopped salami, prosciutto, sopressata, mozzarella cheese, peppadews and artichokes. The best way to eat salad with your fingers!
    Course: Appetizer, Salad, Side Dish, Snack
    Cuisine: American, Italian
    Keyword: antipasto recipe, recipes with puff pastry
    Servings: 12
    Calories: 341 kcal
    Ingredients
    • 12 frozen puff pastry shells
    • 2 ounces genoa salame chopped
    • 2 ounces prosciutto chopped
    • 2 ounces sopressata chopped
    • 2 ounces mozzarella cheese diced
    • 4 peppadews minced
    • 1/2 cup marinated artichokes drained and chopped
    • 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
    • 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
    • 1/4 teaspoon ground pepper
    Instructions
    1. Prepare frozen puff pastry shells according to package directions. Allow to cool.
    2. Combine remaining ingredients in a medium mixing bowl. Spoon mixture into each cup.
    3. Enjoy your Antipasto Salad Cups!
    Nutrition Facts
    Antipasto Salad Cups
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 341 Calories from Fat 216
    % Daily Value*
    Fat 24g37%
    Saturated Fat 6g38%
    Cholesterol 14mg5%
    Sodium 471mg20%
    Potassium 77mg2%
    Carbohydrates 22g7%
    Protein 7g14%
    Vitamin A 115IU2%
    Vitamin C 1.7mg2%
    Calcium 33mg3%
    Iron 1.5mg8%
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

     

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