Easy Mozzarella and Tomato Kabobs

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Easy Mozzarella and Tomato Kabobs are delicious appetizers using only 2 ingredients, already marinated mozzarella balls and cherry tomatoes in a parsley vinaigrette and wooden skewers.  So simple to do, anyone can make these kabobs, with only 5 minutes to prep, these Easy Mozzarella and Tomato Kabobs become festive and fun finger-food for everyone to enjoy!

Ok – This is our favorite appetizer and I  had to re-post this one again.  My sister Liz knows how to make appetizers look completely effortless and so tasty!  Every time we put these down on the table, they are the first appetizers that disappear.

If you are entertaining this weekend and you need a quick and easy appetizer?  This is it!  All you need to do is buy premarinated mozzarella balls, and a basket of the cherry tomatoes and you’ll have these delicious and flavorful kabobs done in less than 10 minutes!

What if you can’t find mozzarella balls already marinated?  Easy!

They normally come in a container filled with water.  Drain the liquid and place mozzarella balls into a small salad bowl.  Drizzle over them with extra virgin olive oil, and season with salt, black pepper and chopped basil or parsley.  Then gently toss them until well combined.  Cover and chill for about an hour before skewing them onto the sticks.

Liz purchased FORMAGGIO – All natural Fresh Mozzarella in our Marinade, from Costco. Then she also purchased a container of cherry tomatoes which are the bite size tomatoes.  With 6-inch skewers, she created these kabobs that were so refreshing and delicious,  your guests will love!

Easy Mozzarella and Tomato Kabobs

1-40oz container of Mozzarella Mini Balls – Formaggio – marinated brand from Costco.

2 lb. container of Splendido Tomatoes – also from Costco

One package of Wooden Skewers – 6 ”

Pierce the mozzarella and tomato onto 6″ wooden skewers, alternating between mozzarella and tomatoes.  Should come out to 3 mozzarella’s and 2 tomatoes per skewer, leaving about 2-3 inches on flat end of stick for pick up.

Yields: about 25 skewers.

Here’s a tip:  Use smaller wooden skewers (about 4 to 5-inches in length) and alternate as you like,  allowing you to yield more when serving.

Have fun with this one!

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    January 31, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    I could make this – and a I could serve this – and I could eat this appetizer! Very pretty and a great easy idea.

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    February 2, 2013 at 8:41 pm

    Great presentation…and it sounds delicious too.

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    February 5, 2013 at 4:55 pm

    thanks and we hope you enjoy our recipes!

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    Kelli Parker
    July 24, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    These are gorgeous and simple. Two of the many things I love about food.

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      July 24, 2014 at 5:54 pm

      So do we ! Thank you for the lovely comment Kelli! And it's so nice to meet you'

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