Canapés Recipes

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”are small, decorative appetizers that can be either simple or elaborate. The following are a few simple ideas for creating canapés that are easy to make—and they taste great! The supra is a gathering; in this recipe, you will gather the Seven Deadly Sins. The “Tamada” adopts the role of a director, announcing traditional toasts to peace, health, happiness, well-being, etc. In this ritual, the Symbolic Canapés “Tamada” will make exceptional toasts to the Seven Sins by reading the contradictory against the sin. Take turns and have fun. If the Tamada says, “Alaverdi!” to you, you should elaborate on his toast.

Canapés Recipes

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Today, the word “alaverdi” refers to the act of passing a right for a toast to another person at the table. “Alaverdi to you” means that you are supposed to continue the toast, adding something bright, symbolic, and optimistic.

“Tamada” Says a Toast

The general rule is that the “Tamada” says a toast. Toasts could be about anything, starting with “general” topics, such as peace, parents, children, love, and friendship, and ending on the subject of the passion exuded by the moonlight and stars.

“The mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates, and the great teacher inspires.”

Seven Sins and Virtues Against Which They Sin

The Seven Deadly Sins, also known as the Capital Vices or Cardinal Sins, constitute a collection of sins that were originally used in early teachings to educate people about a fallen man’s tendency to sin. The following is a list of seven sins and the contradictory to read.

  1. Pride: Humility allows us to see ourselves as we are, without comparing ourselves to others. Pride is an excessive belief in one’s own abilities, which interferes with the individual’s recognition of the grace of the lord.
  2. Envy: Love is patient, love is kind. Love actively seeks the good of others for their sake. Envy resents the good others receive or may potentially receive.
  3. Wrath: Kindness means adopting a tender approach, using patience and compassion in one’s demeanor. Anger is often our first reaction to the problems of others.
  4. Sloth: Zeal is the energetic response of the heart to God’s commands.
  5. Greed: Generosity is about more than money—it means letting others get the credit or praise. It is giving without having expectations of the other person.
  6. Gluttony: Faith and Temperance accept the natural limits of pleasures and preserve this natural balance.
  7. Lust: Self-control and self-mastery prevent pleasure from killing the soul by suffocation. Lust is the self-destructive drive for pleasure that is out of proportion to its worth.

When you serve appetizers, don’t forget to add special garnishing touches. A silver tray will always add an elegant, special touch. A touch of paprika or chopped parsley can also go a long way toward making food look more elegant and appetizing. Also, try lemon and lime wheels, lemon crowns, lemon wedges, fresh flowers, sprigs of fresh herbs, radish roses, and designs cut out of vegetables.

Seduction and Romantic Dinner Symbolic Canapés “Tamada” Recipes

  1. Pride Celery Sticks with Boursin Cheese Canapé
  2. Envy Toast Points with Sour Cream and Caviar Canapé.
  3. Wrath Papaya with Honey Smoked Turkey Canapé
  4. Sloth Lobster Medallions and Pommery Mustard Canapé
  5. Avarice Smoked Salmon Triangles with Dill Canapé
  6. Gluttony Salami and Olive Horns Canapé
  7. Lust Cream Cheese Cherry Tomato Canapé

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Pride Celery Sticks with Boursin Cheese Canapé

Yields two canapés.
Boursin cheese is a soft, creamy cheese available in a variety of wonderful flavors.

  • 1 small CELERY STICK
  • ¼ ounce BOURSIN CHEESE
  • 1 small SHELLED WALNUT, garnish
  • 2 sprigs FRESH PARSLEY, garnish

Clean and wash celery; cut out two 1-¼-inch sections. Nick each piece of celery on round side, preventing them from rolling over. Fill the hollow side of each celery stick with Boursin cheese by using a pastry bag or small spoon.

Embellish each canapé with half of walnut and a tiny parsley sprig.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Envy Toast Points with Sour Cream and Caviar Canapé

Yields two canapés.
Caviar is a sophisticated delicacy that is great for making hors d’œuvres.

  • 1 slice WHITE or WHEAT BREAD
  • 2 tablespoons SOUR CREAM
  • ⅛ ounce CAVIAR
  • 2 tiny sprigs FRESH PARSLEY, garnish

Using one slice of toasted bread, cut into six small toast rounds by using circle cutters or top of small shot glass.

Place a moderate amount of sour cream on top of toast rounds and embellish with a tiny sprig of parsley.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Wrath Papaya with Honey Smoked Turkey Canapé

Yields two canapés.
In this recipe, sweet papaya is wrapped with a ribbon of succulent, smoked turkey. Remember, you can find an immense selection of flavored honey turkey breasts at the food market.

  • ⅛ small PAPAYA, skin removed

Peel ⅛ of papaya and remove seeds. Cut papaya into two small, two-inch thin slices. Wrap each slice of papya using small, thin slice of smoked turkey.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Sloth Lobster Medallions and Pommery Mustard Canapé

  • Yields two canapés.
  • The sweet, delicious flavor of lobster will have them begging for more.
  • 1 slice WHITE or WHEAT BREAD
  • 1 ounce LOBSTER MEAT, cooked and cooled
  • 1 teaspoon POMMERY MUSTARD
  • 1 RED PIMENTO, garnish
  • 2 tiny sprigs FRESH PARSLEY, garnish

Using one slice of toasted bread, cut out two small toast rounds by using circle cutters or top of small glass. Spread small portions of Pommery mustard on toasted rounds. Place one small slice of lobster meat on top of each toast round. Embellish with red pimento and tiny sprig of parsley.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Avarice Smoked Salmon Triangles with Dill Canapé

Yields two canapés.
Smoked salmon is a popular ingredient in canapés, often combined with cream cheese.

  • 1tablespoon SOFT CREAM CHEESE
  • 1 slice SMOKED SALMON
  • 2 tiny SPRIGS FRESH DILL, garnish

Using one slice of toasted bread, cut into four triangular shapes. Place small portion of soft cream cheese on two triangles. Top with a thin slice of smoked salmon. Embellish with a tiny piece of fresh dill.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Gluttony Salami and Olive Horns Canapé

Yields two canapés.
Choose a savory, gourmet salami, get a few exotic olives, and voila! You’ll have yourself a delicious treat.

  • 2 GREEN OLIVES, stuffed with pimento

For each swirl, roll one thin slice of salami around a large green or black, stuffed olive in a cone shape. Secure with toothpicks. For easy rolling, cut each salami slice halfway through.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Lust Cream Cheese Cherry Tomato Canapé

Yields two canapés.
Pick out small cherry tomatoes and to create these sexy, trendy canapés.

  • 1 piece FETA CHEESE, cut into small cubes
  • 1 medium KALAMATA OLIVE, cut in quarts
  • 2 tiny sprigs FRESH PARSLEY, garnish

Place tomatoes with the stem facing downward; cut a slit in each tomato, about ¼-inch from the bottom. Spread carefully to open the wedges without breaking. In a small bowl, combine cheese and dressing. Blend well.

Fill each tomato with one teaspoon of the cheese mixture and Kalamata olive quarters. Tops with a tiny sprig of parsley.

Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

Symbolic Canapé Silver Tray Service

Yields two servings.
When entertaining, you may find it convenient to prepare canapé platters well in advance. With a little imagination, you can use canapés to set the mood for a sensual feast!


Cover serving tray with paper doilies. Lay out canapés in a neat fashion and serve. Plan to serve fourteen canapés, but leave room to enjoy the main course.

Light the candles, play some romantic music, turn off the lights, and place the canapés on a table. Snuggle up with your lover and enjoy your delicious treats.

Elegance of Paper Doilies

Paper doilies convey a classic, elegant image, allowing you to effectively enhance the presentation of appetizers, sweet courses, and other specialties. They are practical and wonderfully decorative. Paper doilies can be used for many purposes, including use on serving trays, under condiments, under bakery items, and under entrée plates. They can also be used to protect table linens and accent table centerpieces. Doilies are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and textures.

Paper doilies are great for covering serving trays or large plates, upon which food can be placed for serving. When serving an appetizer or dessert in glassware, you should use doilies on a plate and serve the glass on top. This is a very fancy and elegant method of serving. Symbolic Canapés “Tamada”

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