Give your menu a makeover with this cracker dinner
Give your menu a makeover with this fantastic tapas recipe
Looking for a entree that will really impress? Go no further!
Looking for a canapé that will really impress? Go no further!
Serve this rustic take on moules marinière at the table still in its foil package. Partner with crusty bread to mop up the delicious sauce.
This dinner party dish is super sophisticated - but super easy!
No Christmas is complete without this classic starter!
With vibrant red pomegranate seeds adding both flavour and festive-feeling, this salmon salad is ideal for buffets and big family or friend get-togethers.
This make-ahead terrine with smoked salmon is easy to put together, and with all the work done the day before, it also makes entertaining a lot less stressful.
The ideal not-too-heavy Australian Christmas starter is the prawn cocktail. Make it at its traditional best with this prawn cocktail recipe. It's so easy!
Seafood lovers will rejoice with this prawn and Caprese no-cook-necessary skewers! With a simple lemon, pesto and Greek yoghurt dressing, it's sure to be a hit.
Not only does this entree look stunning, its tastes it too! Grilled garlic scampi comes to life with a refreshing lime, pear and coriander sugar dressing.
Forget sweating it out over fiddly pastry making. Sweet green slices of honeydew melon make a refreshingly sweet base for spicy crabmeat party canapes.
Perfect little prawn delights that are light, tasty and super easy to prepare.
Make your own horseradish cream if you can, otherwise buy the best you can find for a stronger flavour.
A twist on one of the favourite classics
Healthy and packed with summer flavours, these paprika-spiked prawn skewers are based on pintxos - the Basque version of tapas.
A creamy horseradish, lemon and sour cream dressing lifts smoky cod, sweet beetroot, earthy lentils and bitter radicchio to a new level.
If you’ve ever wondered how some salmon you are served in restaurants is so perfectly cooked, they may be using this technique.
This dish is best served on a warm summer evening as a light meal after a long day.
With a refreshing dressing of cucumber and mango, these prawns make for a light and summery entree.
Lobster tails in a fresh watercress dressing makes for a fancy-tasting starter.
For a lighter fix of crumbed seafood, try these delicious salmon fillets with macadamia herb and tahini sauce topping.
Crispy apple pieces in a Dijon mustard and white wine vinegar dressing, with cooked crab meat and tossed with fennel, walnuts and red wiltof leaves
Nothing says summer like fresh seafood and a mango salsa!