Tortilla rolls with hummus Makes 32 pieces Ingredients 450g aubergine 3 red peppers 125ml shredded basil hummus 540ml canned chickpeas, rinsed and drained 45ml lemon juice 15ml sesame oil 2…
Written by Louise Holt Last updated: June 6, 2006
Stir fry large sized prawns in a wok with a little chilli powder until pink and present them in a bowl with chilli sauce and cocktail sticks to hand. Remember, quantity is always inviting so prepare a generous amount.
The mini Yorkshire puddings can be brought from any leading supermarket. Place a small teaspoon of horseradish inside and then a tight wrap of cured beef. Warm in the oven and watch them disappear!
A selection of canapés should always include something sweet. Try placing pieces of exotic fruits such as mango, pineapple, paw paw and melon on a skewer ‐‐ but first marinade in Grand Marnier!
Another delicious sweet idea is to buy fresh strawberries and to dip them in melting chocolate. Allow to cool and place on a tray.
If you have the patience, quail eggs are always popular. Simply boil them, and shell them, then serve in a basket with celery salt. You can also serve these also in a glass trumpet vase filled with display straws or fabric and place the bowl of quails eggs on top with a separate dish of celery salt.
Just serve them. Success guaranteed.
These Mediterranean and Oriental‐inspired recipes are sure to delight the taste buds of all concerned. While they may take a little more time to prepare, it will pay off when your guests arrive…