“Antipasti” is the Italian term used to describe the small, colorful, delicious morsels of food served before a meal as an appetizer in Italy. Classic antipasti plates call for air-dried cuts of meat, such as salty prosciutto, toasted bread, cheese, marinated fish, seafood, and vegetables preserved in oil. Here you can see how to capture the delicious taste of Italy in a jar!
Antipasti tastes best served with toasted bread, garlic butter and an Italian red wine. What’s more, antipasti jars are a particularly great gift to bring to a dinner party, especially when decorated with a festive ribbon. To ensure that the antipasti stays fresh for as long as possible, rinse the jar and lid with very hot water prior to filling and try not to touch them, so as not to spread any bacteria. Prior to storage, take care to make sure that the peppers are completely submerged in the oil, so as to achieve the tastiest results possible!