Hors D’Oeuvres: Chunky Mango Relish

This is my favorite appetizer to make in the afternoon because I can get creative on which cheese and relish to use for the hors d’oeuvres tray.

Here is a simple recipe on how to make Chunky Mango Relish Hors d’oeuvres for any guests and gatherings at your home or office.

What you will need:

  • cutting board
  • sharp knife
  • butter knife
  • Harry & David (or any other brand) chunky mango relish- has candied peppers. Click here to view and purchase. You can have any jam or jelly you want but I particularly like chunky mango because of its robust boost of flavor with Jalapeno cheese.
  • Jalapeno cheese jack. If you have sliced cheese, this is fine because you can use a knife to cut 1 slice into small squares as shown in the image below.
  • Olive oil French bread toast crackers. Available at local grocery stores, particularly Wegmans.

Directions:

  1. Spread the relish with the butter knife on to the toast crackers on 1 side.
  2. Place Jalapeno cheese on top of each toasted cracker.
  3. Serve with a smile. ALWAYS.
  4. Enjoy and have fun.
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This was a quick snack on a paper plate. I know. We were hungry and not too worried about the presentation.

You can use Gouda and Fontina cheeses instead of or in addition to Jalapeno cheese as shown below.

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Gouda cheese

Gouda and Fontina are similar in terms of outer texture and have a mellow taste.

fontina
Fontina cheese

However, Jalapeno cheese has a spicy boost in your mouth that will leave you drooling for more.

Let me know how yours turns out. Like and Comment below!

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