Planning an outstanding get-together can turn out to be quite a challenge when time becomes a factor. An effortless and expeditious recipe is the answer to all of the questions.
Story by Laura Rivas
Photos by Iris Bilich
There is always an opportunity to celebrate, whether reaching a milestone or just finding an excellent way to get out of the monotonous life. Being the host of an event can be both exciting and stressful at the same time, more even when in the list there is an infinite number of unchecked boxes.
One will always desire to impress the expected invitees and avoid getting caught on tasks that lead to leaving everything until the last minute. However, since small gatherings don’t require main entrees, let’s focus on starters!
ORANGE Magazine has come with the picture-perfect and stress-free idea of a fancy appetizer for you and your acquaintances to be delighted while having a splendid moment. And since we know studying takes plenty of time, there is no need to since you will only need four ingredients.
The Sushi Kabob
A foodie invention created for anyone in search of an appetizer that doesn’t require an extensive amount of ingredients but delivers on flavor.
• 2 pounds of fresh sushi-grade salmon, cubed or chopped
• ½ cup of white rice
• 2 pounds of seaweed salad
• 1 small package of cream cheese
• Short bamboo skewers
• 2 Tbsp. soy sauce (optional)
First, prepare the rice in boiling water with a little bit of salt according to the package instructions. Let cool.
Take one cubed piece of salmon and evenly spread cream cheese on top of it.
Place a small amount of rice on top of the spread salmon.
Slide one of the bamboo skewers onto the arranged piece of salmon to create the kabob.
Take some of the seaweed stems and place them nicely on the top of the kabob.
Optional: Drizzle the kabob with soy sauce to add more depth of flavor and voila!
Serve these effortless hor d’oeurvre’s to guests and be the hostest with the mostest