Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Savoury Triscuit Snacks

snacks savoury triscuit
The chill in the air ultimately leads us to crave cozy comfort food and soothing scents associated with sweet baking and savoury indulgence for quiet nights and holiday gatherings. In our family, we enjoy using Triscuit crackers as a canvas to serve finger food because of their unique texture, taste, and flavour. This recipe for savoury snacks I made are easy to prepare and are perfect to serve during any gathering at home or office, or at holiday parties. 
snacks savoury triscuit
With over a century of tradition and made famous for their simplicity and versatility, Triscuit crackers are a pantry staple and a beloved snack for all ages. The entire selection of Triscuit products from Snack Works are now Non-GMO Project Verified. Starting with the same three simple ingredients that make up all Triscuit crackers – wheat, oil and salt – they have a new festive flavour that combines warm, aromatic cinnamon and fragrant nutmeg to create a perfectly uplifting treat. These limited edition Nutmeg and Cinnamon flavour Triscuit crackers are here for the holidays and will only be available for a limited time at grocery stores across Canada, so grab a box before they are gone. 
snacks savoury triscuit
I prepared a topping with the ingredients below to serve on Triscuit crackers. This topping worked well with both the original, low sodium, and Nutmeg and Cinnamon flavour Triscuit crackers. This delicious snack is easy to quickly prepare when you have guests, and it will impress your friends and family. You can either serve it as a dip accompanied with Triscuits or place a teaspoon of the mixture on top of each Triscuit and arrange in a platter for guests to enjoy as finger food.  
snacks savoury triscuit
1 cup flake style frozen Crab Delectables thawed,
2 to 3 tbsp mayonnaise to taste
1/2 tsp of Japanese 7 Spice Blend shichimi togarashi to taste
1 tbsp red onion chopped to taste
2 tbsp coriander leaves chopped
snacks savoury triscuit
It is very important that all the water from the frozen Crab Delectables is squeezed out well so the dip does not get soggy. Once you remove all the water from the flake style thawed crab cut into bite size pieces. Toss the crab pieces with mayonnaise, chopped onion and coriander leaves and the spice blend. The Japanese blend has the perfect balance of spices and salt flavour made with ingredients such as pepper, dried orange peel, red chillie pepper, nori, black sesame seeds, poppy seeds, and wasabi powder. 
snacks savoury triscuit
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32 comments:

  1. I love your recipe for the Savoury Triscuit Snacks. I like easy recipes!

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  2. I haven't had Triscuits for years....I should pick some up from the store.

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  3. oh,I love Triscuits,what great ideas!

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  4. oh yum, these look delicious. I have never been overly adventurous topping my crackers with anything more than cheese but i think this is something i would try

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  5. Triscuit crackers are yummie. This looks great for entertaining!

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  6. Love Triscuits! So many yummy flavours.

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  7. Triscuit crackers are a pantry staple at our house, always have them on hand.

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  8. Triscuits are a mainstay in my house for Christmas snacks. They never get soggy and you can put a multitude of toppings on them.

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  9. We love Triscuits and crab meat. Yummy looking recipe.
    Florence Cochrane

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  10. can't wait to try them - thanks for the recipe.

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  11. Why am I still eating my Triscuits plain? Oh ya, because they taste great undressed, but I must try something like this.
    jan

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  12. Yum, we all love Triscuits. Your appy's look fantastic!

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  13. I've tried a different type of something like Crab Delectables and didn't like it. I'd use shrimp or real crab if it's a special occasion.

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  14. Great appetizers,,love Triscuits!

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  15. Triscuits are awesome , great snacks for the holidays thanks for sharing , i will def be trying these out :) Treen Goodwin rafflecopter name :)

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  16. I will pass on this recipe to my friend Judy, she loves triscuits!

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  17. We love Triscuits an I'm looking forward to enjoying the Nutmeg and Cinnamon flavours. Thx very much for the yummy looking recipe.

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  18. These look really good. They would be great for a party!

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  19. This is a yummy appy! Perfect for holiday get-togethers.

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  20. I love Triscuits,what great ideas!

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  21. Oh these sure look yummy,never tried adding a topping

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  22. yummy sounds delicious! I love triscuits

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  23. my kiddo and I do love our Triscuit crackers, and we also love new ways to top them!

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  24. What a great snack idea!

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  25. This might be good with the Cracked Black Pepper Triscuits!

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  26. I can't wait to get the cinnamon and nutmeg ones to try with a hot caramel dip.

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  27. We always have Triscuits on hand. I think my hubby would enjoy this recipe!

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  28. Looks like a simple yet delicious snack - just in time for Christmas get-togethers. Thank you.

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  29. I love Triscuits and this recipe looks delish.

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