I don't tend to cook anything special for Halloween since it is not really in my culture: Halloween is new and shy in Britain, and virtually non-existent in France where it has no roots. But I always marvel at the creativity of people who cook around the theme.
Yesterday I was browsing Flickr and came across this fantastic dippy dish. I don't think I've ever seen such realistic finger food before!
I sure will make these whether it will be Halloween or not!
I'd like to thank you Deanne for accepting her photo to be featured on my blog. Click on the photo to get Deanne's instructions!
We don't have pizza sauce here, so I'd say a salsa will do for the bloody sauce:
- a can of chopped tomatoes or better some passata if you have
- 1/2 clove of garlic chopped finely
- 1/2 onion chopped finely
- 1 tsp sugar to neutralise the acidity (adjust to taste)
- herbs (optional)
- salt, pepper
- You can add some chili, but it depends on your guests...
Mix everything, and it's ready to serve.
I'd like to point to another blog where I saw some formidably creative ideas: There! on the blog of Create Eat Happy :)"
Now have a great day!
Source: Photo and fingers recipe by Deanne/grayd80, and my own quick salsa
Friday, 31 October 2008