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During the Holiday Season life can get a little crazy.  That’s why I love having antipasto salad on a skewer in the refrigerator ready for a quick grab and go meal.

I could hardly wait to get started so I went to Safeway and picked up the items I needed to make this delicious on the go meal.  The first ingredient on my list was Barilla Tortellini three Cheese Pasta.  I knew the pasta would add great flavor and texture to my Antipasto Salad on a Skewer.

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These skewers are full of marinated flavor and would also be a wonderful appetizer for your Holiday or New Year’s Eve party.

There were two Barilla Tortellini flavors to choose from,  Cheese and Spinach or Three Cheese.  I thought the Barilla Tortellini Three Cheese would add just the right amount of flavor to my skewers.

Antipasto Salad on a Skewer

Preparation 1 hour 2017-10-17T01:00:00+00:00 Serves Makes 60 Skewers     adjust servings


  • 12 ounce Barilla Tortellini Three Cheese Pasta, cooked according the package directions
  • hard salami (enough to cut 60 small triangles)
  • 32 ounce mozzarella marinated mini balls
  • 16 ounce peperonici
  • 12 ounce roasted red peppers
  • 60 pimento stuffed queen olives
  • 32 ounce artichoke hearts, quartered
  • 1 cup Italian dressing
  • optional coarse black pepper


  1. The night before fix pasta.
  2. Pour dressing over hot pasta, cover and store in the refrigerator.
  3. The next day assemble the skewers.
  4. Line all your ingredient up the way you want to load the skewers.
  5. Store in a zip top plastic bag and keep refrigerated until ready to eat.
  6. Sprinkle with black pepper.

Recipe Notes

This is a LBC original!

This recipe is from Lady Behind The Curtain



Antipasto Salad on a Skewer — 2 Comments

  1. Sheryl, these look absolutely delicious – antipasto is one of my favorite things ever! What a great idea to put it on a stick! Pinning and sharing! Hope you are having a wonderful week and wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

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