Holiday Party Recipes

Who needs to cook a big dinner for a holiday party or get together?




Black cherry compote with whipped goat cheese on crostini.

Who needs to cook a big dinner for a holiday party or get together?

Most everyone is happy with a few well-crafted and filling appetizers and, of course, some special drinks and cocktails.

We've asked several well-known New Hampshire chefs to share some delicious and easy recipes for your holiday table. Many of these recipes can be prepped earlier in the day to ease your life.

 

 

Cherry Compote with Goat Cheese and Crostini
Recipe courtesy of Chef/Owner Ron Boucher of Chez Boucher Culinary Arts Training School

Smoked Salmon Rolls
Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Hoke Wilson of Wolfe's Tavern at the Wolfeboro Inn

Cranberries and Goat Cheese Stuffed Roma Tomatoes
Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Jason Orlando of Beal House Inn

Grilled Sea Scallops with Orange Hoisin Drizzle
Recipe courtesy of Chef Steffani Adaski of The Bernerhof Inn

Stuffed Mushrooms
Recipe courtesy of Chef Nicole of T-Bones and Cactus Jack's

Pan-Fried Crab Cakes
Recipe courtesy of Chef/Owner Jeff Paige Cotton

Beer Puffs with Chicken Salad
Recipe courtesy of Burtons Grill

White Bean and Roasted Fennel Dip
Recipe courtesy of Chef Bruce Walters of Black Forest Café

Holiday Cranberry and Spinach Fondue
Recipe courtesy of Chef Adam Parker of Mountain View Grand

Caramelized Sea Scallops with Grilled Radicchio
Recipe courtesy of Chef Nicola of Nicola's Trattoria

Bloody Mary
Recipe courtesy of LaBelle Winery

 

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