Snack "Ladybug"

Snack "Ladybug"

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Ingredients for cooking ladybug snacks

  1. Cherry Tomatoes 8-9 pieces
  2. Round salty crackers medium size 16 pieces
  3. Cheese "Philadelphia" 1 pack
  4. Sunflower oil 10 grams
  5. Green onion bunch
  6. Black olives 8 pieces
  • Main Ingredients Tomato
  • Serving 4 servings


Knives, Vegetable cutting board, Toothpicks - 2 pcs, Dish tray

Cooking Ladybug Snack:

Step 1: prepare the ingredients.

Rinse the cherry well under running water and wipe it dry. Then, using a well-ground knife, cut them into halves. Now comes the very, very, frankly, jewelry moment. Namely, each half of the cherry needs to be cut still in half, but NOT CUTTING to the end. In other words, cut into 2/3. As a result, you kind of get the extended wings of a ladybug. We do this operation with all cherry tomatoes.

Step 2: prepare the base of the canapes.

For each cracker, with a thick, but rather middle layer, we spread the Philadelphia cheese. This will be the clearing for our "ladybug".

Step 3: prepare the olives.

Wash the olives well and wipe dry. Cut one olive in half, remove the bone and cut each half on the cutting board as finely as possible. The smaller you chop, the better. These are future specks on the porch of a bug.

Step 4: collect the canapes.

Cherry carefully and carefully (so that the wings do not break up), we will stir on a cracker with cheese. Then we take a few drops of vegetable oil and drip it onto the chopped olive. As a result, the grains (which you cut) will become sticky. This is what we need. We arm ourselves with a toothpick and pick up grains with it and place them on the wings of a ladybug. Quite a "small-caliber" procedure, but the result is worth it. We are doing this operation with all the "insects." Next, at the base of each insect we place a notched olive. It turns out like a head. Moreover, in the head you need to insert two small feathers of green onions. This is a mustache. after a little torment, I think that you can handle it all the same.

Step 5: serve to the table.

Carefully shift our “insects” onto the tray and serve. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - Philadelphia cheese is indicated in this recipe but, as an option, you can take any other. The main thing is that he is well smeared on crackers.

- - You can put more green onion feathers on the cheese around the Ladybug. It will turn out like grass.

- - Mix cheese with finely chopped herbs or mint - this will add spice to your snack.