Appetiser Recipes

Appetiser - Hors d'oeuvre, or the first course, are food items served before the main courses of a meal. The French (singular and plural) is hors d’œuvre; in English, the œ ligature is usually replaced by the digraph "oe" with the plural often written as hors d'oeuvres. There are several related terms, such as a one-bite appetiser, as an amuse-bouche
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Parmesan and Pesto Potato Stacks

These delicious appetiser or side dish stacks are baked Bintje potato slices layered with melted Parmesan cheese and fresh basil pesto. Quick, easy, and very tasty.

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Peanut Butter Hummus

High in protein, peanut butter hummus is great for dipping veggies. This recipe is great for picky eaters who don’t eat a lot of meats. Peanut butter hummus isn’t just for kids, we know of quite a few adults who love peanut butter hummus as well.

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Pigs in Blankets

In the United Kingdom, pigs-in-a-blanket are small sausages wrapped in bacon. People traditionally serve them as Christmas dinner appetisers.

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Pik Kai Sot Sai Thot – Deep Fried Stuffed Chicken Wings

This is a finger licking good chicken wing starter from Thailand that will wow your guests and seriously dent their appetite for the rest of the meal.

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Placinta cu Brânza – Cheese Filled Pastries

Plăcintă is a Romanian traditional pastry resembling a thin, small round or square-shaped cake, usually filled with a soft cheese such as Urdă or apples.

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Popia Thot – Thai Vegetarian Spring Rolls

Brimming with vegetables and lots of flavour, these spring rolls make a great appetiser or party food. And they’re surprisingly easy to make. Get some help from your children or guests with the rolling, and you’ll be crunching on these delicious spring rolls in no time. As a bonus, this spring roll recipe is also fresher and healthier than the spring rolls you’ll find in most restaurants.

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Pork Skewers with Rice in Coconut Broth

A really full flavoured dish that is great for the family (adjust the chilli, to taste) or for friends. The grilled pork is sweet and lightly spiced and the coconut broth is so delicious.

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Portuguese Style Peri Peri Prawns

Quickly sauteed in garlic butter and then infused and served with peri peri sauce, these prawns are the perfect snack for people who like some bite in their food. Or you can add a few more prawns and serve them with Portuguese rice as a main meal.

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Potato Croquettes

Crisp fried on the outside, soft and cheesy on the inside, these potato croquettes are the perfect appetiser or side dish

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Prawn and Mango Salad

The sweet mango, spicy chilli, and salty marinade comes together with grilled prawns and salad for a perfect light meal, side dish, or snack on a hot summer day.

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Prawn and Spring Onion Fritters

In this dish, shrimp, eggs and spring onions combine to create little fritters that work just as well for dinner as it does for brunch.

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Prawn Toast

Shrimp toast or prawn toast is a Chinese dim sum dish. It is made from small triangles of bread, brushed with egg and coated with minced shrimp and water chestnuts, then cooked by baking or deep frying.

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Queso Flameado

Queso flameado is a dish of hot melted cheese and spicy chorizo that is often served flambé. Often compared to cheese fondue, it is a party dish and popular at cookouts and in restaurants as an appetiser.

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Şakşuka

Şakşuka is a traditional Turkish side dish or meze. It is pronounced same as shakshouka but differs from it mainly by not having egg. The dish is prepared by sauteing cubed eggplant, potatoes, carrots, green capsicums and courgettes.

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Sausage Meat and Cheese Balls

Take your meatballs up a notch with the addition of cheddar cheese and onion for a very flavourful appetizer.

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