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Recipe of Biscuit Canapes | How to Make Biscuit Canapes

Vama Dattani | Thursday, March 19, 2015 | | |
Biscuit Canapes
A delicious and savory small finger food with tasty and decorative topping. It is also a perfect "cooking without fire" dish if you omit the corn

Canapes is a famous dish for parties, get together, snacks. The best thing about canapes are they are easy to make. You can decorate them according to your taste, assemble them and they are ready to be served.They also give a touch of style to your usual food. There two types of canapes made sweet and savory. Today I am going to share with you a recipe of savory canapes made with biscuits

In Biscuit Canapes, biscuit is used as a base and decorated with some spicy & tasty toppings. Biscuit canapes taste best with Monaco biscuit, however you can use any savory biscuits. In my hostel days this used to be one of our favorites. We would either make bhel or biscuit canapes as our evening snack

Biscuit canapes is perfect for your hostel and college days when you don't have cooking appliances. I have added corn in my canapes, but you can skip it if you don't have it.

This is such a simple dish that even your kids can help you make it.

Tips
  1. Add the toppings and sauce spread just before serving, otherwise the biscuits will become soft and break due to water content
  2. These biscuits will be high in fat and sodium so keep a watch on your intake
  3. You can even add coriander chutney, some boiled potatoes and make it like papdi chaat
  4. If you want to make a no cook, no fire version just skip the corn

So lets proceed step by step for making biscuit canapes



For making biscuit canapes you will require nice and good quality salty biscuits. 

Finely chop onions and tomatoes. Boil 1 cob corn and grate it. Mix all the 3 ingredients in a bowl

Now add some red chilli powder, salt and chat masala 

Also add finely chopped green chilies. Mix together all ingredients and our mixture for biscuit canapes is ready

Now line the biscuits on a plate. Take 1/2 tablespoon of tomato sauce and spread on a biscuit

Now place a tablespoon of mixture we prepared 

Sprinkle some sev on top of it

Also sprinkle some grated cheese

Garnish with coriander leaves

Now repeat the above steps and decorate the biscuits until all mixture is used. Biscuit canapes are ready. Serve immediately.

Coming to India  found monaco biscuits and made canapes. They were just yummy and perfect with some drinks. Didn't have much time as guests were coming, but still managed to click a picture.

Biscuit Canapes


Recipe of Biscuit Canapes

Biscuit Canapes A delicious and savory small finger food with tasty and decorative topping
Cuisine: Indian
Category: Appetizer, Snack
Serves: 2
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Ingredients
  • 1 pack Salted Biscuit
  • 1 cob Corn
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 Tomato
  • 2-3 Green Chilies
  • 1/4th tablespoon Red Chilli Powder
  • 1/4th tablespoon Chat Masala
  • 2 tablespoon Coriander Leaves
  • Salt to Taste

Instructions
  1. Finely chop onions and tomatoes. Boil 1 cob corn and grate it. Mix all the 3 ingredients in a bowl
  2. Now add some red chilli powder, salt and chat masala
  3. Also add finely chopped green chilies. Mix together all ingredients and our mixture for biscuit canapes is ready
  4. Now line the biscuits on a plate. Take 1/2 tablespoon of tomato sauce and spread on a biscuit
  5. Now place a tablespoon of mixture we prepared 
  6. Sprinkle some sev and grated cheese
  7. Garnish the canapes with coriander leaves
  8. Now repeat the above steps and decorate the biscuits until all the mixture is used
  9. Add finely chopped coriander leaves and mix well
  10. Biscuit canapes are ready. Serve immediately.

If you are looking for other quick and easy recipes check  paneer papad conemasala puffed rice, chilli cheese toast, khichu 

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