Appetizers are my favorite thing to make. Roast Beef Crostini are quick and easy but will be the star of your next party because they are full of flavor!
From the time mid-November hits until after the Superbowl, parties happen weekend after weekend leaving you searching for what to make that everyone hasn’t had ten times already. I have a few go to recipes that I make for every party but like to change it up from time to time to keep it fresh.
This Roast Beef Crostini is super easy which makes it perfect for the busy time of year. Everyone will think you spent a ton of time and effort to put it together!
Let’s call this Roast Beef Crostini a semi-homemade appetizer because you don’t actually cook anything which helps the dish come together super fast. Hello last minute appetizer!
If you don’t know how to make crostini, it’s super easy! It’ll take you under 10 minutes to make and only a few steps. All you have to do is take your sliced bread and put your spread of choice, then add your roast beef, dijonnaise, and a sliver of fresh parmesan. That’s all there is to it!
See, I told you this crostini recipe was super easy. I can’t even believe I just numbered those steps. So, next time you are headed to a party at the last minute and don’t know what to make, skip the chicken wings from the store and make this cold party appetizer instead!
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If you loved this Roast Beef Crostini recipe, check out these other easy party appetizers:
- Mini Caprese Appetizer
- Easy Party Appetizers the RITZ Cracker Way
- Mexican Street Corn Dip Recipe with Crisp Bacon
Essential items for this cold appetizer:
- Cutting board
- Serving tray
- 1 loaf French Baguette sliced
- Garlic and Herb Alouette or French Onion Dip (your choice)
- 1 lb London Broil sliced thin
- 1/4 cup Dijonnaise
- Fresh Parmesan
Lay your bread slices out on a serving tray. Spread the garlic and herb Alouette or French onion dip on top.
Fold a piece of London broil on top of the dip and top with a dollop of the dijonnaise. Add a sliver of fresh Parmesan and serve.