Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts - The Finer Things in Life
I can make a meal out of appetizers all day every day. Give me dips. Give me bite-sized. Give me little bits of everything! That’s how our Bunco group did monthly meals. We’d rotate homes and each hostess would put out a buffet of her favorite snack foods. It was the best! We also eat …
Rumaki Recipe: Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts
My parents made a version of this Rumaki recipe when I was growing up. I didn’t really care for it then -something about the texture of the water chestnuts didn’t appeal to me as a child. However, I love it now. The sauce caramelizes in the oven and gives the bacon even more flavor than […]
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Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts - Oh My!
As Christmas is upon us and parties are afoot here's a fabulous little appetizer for you. My family always had these and I made them last ni...
Bacon-Encased Water Chestnuts
My husband and I do lots of entertaining and always start off with appetizers like these tempting morsels.—Midge Scurlock, Creston, Iowa
Rumaki is an old-fashioned appetizer that was created by Victor Bergeron, founder of Trader Vic's Restaurant, which is a Polynesian themed restaurant. It first appeared on a menu around 1941. It is usually a water chestnut and marinated chicken liver that is wrapped in bacon and broiled. I skipped the chicken liver here, but, if you're a fan, go for it. This is quick and easy and darn tasty! RUMAKI 1/2 C soy sauce 1/2 to 3/4 C brown sugar, to taste 1 teaspoon ginger 1/2 lb bacon, cut into…
Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts - Rumaki
This New Year's Eve we celebrated with our kids with fireworks and a movie. Then we put the kids to bed and had a babysitter watch them while we headed to a friend's for food
Water Chestnuts Wrapped in Bacon
Smashley introduced me to the yummiest appetizer recently, and I'm so excited to share them with you. They are to die for. Aren't they pretty? They're water chestnuts wrapped in bacon. I know it may not sound that exciting, but trust me, it is. It's the perfect blend of crunchy, chewy, and tangy. And it has bacon! Everything is better with bacon. Everything. Smash brought all the ingredients over to my house for our last crop night, and then she let me snap pictures of the whole process…