This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Columbus Craft Meats sharing easy antipasto kabobs. All opinions are 100% mine.
My husband and I entertain pretty often, especially when the weather is nice during the summer months. It's such a short season here in Wisconsin so I tend to like sharing a nice spread with an assortment of food for my guests to choose from. Since I do make a lot of food, I like to cut corners where I can to save time in the kitchen and today I'm sharing these easy antipasto kabobs that are a great appetizer to serve while your guests are mingling as the grill master is working his (or her) magic.
I especially love these easy antipasto kabobs because they are totally effortless thanks to Columbus Craft Meats Genoa Salame Panino. It's salami and mozzarella rolled up into one and the Salame Panino'sure make these tasty appetizers a breeze to make. In case you are unfamiliar with Columbus Craft Meats, they were founded in San Francisco, California in 1917 and remain in the Bay Area to this day, 99 years later! Only the best ingredients are used in making the salami at Columbus Craft Meats and they don't cut corners, making their salami as tasty as can be. You can follow Columbus on Facebook?to stay up to date on all of the latest happenings with the brand. of course, you'll find great recipe inspiration on their Facebook page too and perhaps even a special deal now and then!
You'll surprisingly find an extensive variety of salami products that carry the Columbus Craft Meats name. They offer your typical classics like Italian Dry ?and Genoa Salami, along with other ones you perhaps may not have heard of before - such as Hot Sopressata, Calabrese, Felino and many others. Then of course you've got the Genoa Salame Panino and Prosciutto Panino that are both perfect for these?easy antipasto kabobs. The spice blends used to make each of their products are carefully sourced to provide the perfect flavor to the meat - making their brand stand apart from the rest.
My family really enjoyed all of the delicious varieties of Columbus Craft Meats that were sent to us and I even made a tasty salami platter that I will share with you sometime. It's another one of those things that are perfect for gatherings with friends!
Easy Antipasto Kabobs
You will need the following ingredients to make these easy antipasto kabobs to serve at your next gathering. Of course, you can make them for any reason, even just a snack too! That's how tasty these easy antipasto kabobs are!
- Genoa Salame Panino
- Large black olives
- cherry or grape tomatoes
- cocktail skewers
Step 1. Wash the tomatoes and drain the olives.
Step 2. Remove the?Genoa Salame Panino from the package and slice them into 3 equal size portions.
Step 3. Layer each of the ingredients onto a cocktail skewer. Cherry tomato first,?Genoa Salame Panino in the middle and black olive last.
There you have it, such a simple appetizer for any party. These easy antipasto kabobs are perfect for summer barbecues, baby showers, wedding showers, graduation parties and even birthdays!