Easy Amuse Bouche Ideas

If you’ve just gotten started in your culinary class online, it’s a great idea to keep up with popular dining trends and ideas.

Amuse bouche literally means “happy mouth” in French. Like appetizers, these bite-sized treats are sent to tables from the chef to get customers in the mindset for the meal to follow. However, unless a traditional appetizer, the diner does not choose what they are eating – giving the chef creative control over what goes out onto the table first. Although these small bites can get quite fancy in fine dining spots, Fabulousfoods.com offered up some simpler versions that you can try out for yourself:

Instead of making the traditional large scallop dish, make small one-inch versions, sprinkle fresh thyme leaves, top with a small amount of caviar and watch these seafood-themed amuse bouches disappear.

Make small skewers with grape tomatoes, bite-sized bits of fresh mozzarella and fresh basil leaves. Sprinkle with olive oil and a balsamic glaze.

Smoked Salmon
Thinly slice a two-inch sourdough bread slice, spread goat cheese and a piece of smoked salmon atop, and sprinkle with fresh asparagus and a dash of lemon zest.

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