Creamy tapas classic
Mini quiches, great for picnics or quick snacks!
Homemade sausage rolls with a twist
Impress at a picnic with these delicious home made pork pies!
Sausage rolls are a favorite party snack and they can be frozen till required
Ready in minutes, these Naan fingers are a delicious alternative to garlic bread
These roasted sweet potatoes are the easiest way to get your hot chip need - and taste even better too!
Use as you would garlic bread, these tomato and cheese toasted loaves will keep guests satisfied (and very delighted) as they await their mains.
A good recipe for turning leftover cheese into a help-yourself starter. Swap Brie and Gruyère for cheeses of a similar texture or use a combo of the two!
Update your pigs in blankets by swapping bacon for pancetta – they can still be easily assembled the day before.
The refreshing Indian dip of yoghurt, cucumber and mint is just what's needed on the nibbles board - it's an ideal appetiser with pappadums or spicy samosas.
Bite-sized mouthfuls of robust Mediterranean flavours.
These delicious vegetarian tapas bites are filled with creamy ricotta, sundried tomatoes and basil - a perfect dinner party nibble.
This simple tapas dish can be made well in advance - the longer they are left, the more flavour the olives will absorb.
Follow this step-by-step recipe for foolproof fried chicken - dip in buttermilk batter for a golden, seasoned crust and sweet, tender chicken.
This Spanish beef, capsicum and caper berry skewer is great for a tapas evening or dinner party!
Serve these easy-to-prepare paneer skewers with naan bread, rice and mango chutney for a Indian-inspired dinner
These tasty skewers work just as well with lamb or chicken. For a vegetarian alternative, use chunky pieces of halloumi.
If you like crispy chilli squid, you’ll love these. Quickly fried in a thick, spiced batter, the squid has plenty of crunch. Gram flour makes these gluten-free!
These meat or vegetable dumplings, wrapped in a thin dough, are popular in Japan, and a similar version (called jiaozi) is eaten in China. DIY them at home.
These homemade wedges flavoured with oregano, garlic, lemon and sesame are great served as a side dish or for dunking with dips.
More of a nibble than a sit-down starter. I like to lightly pickle the onions before cooking, to add a sweet & sour flavour that cuts through the rich batter.
Master these basic steamed bao buns which are great filled with BBQ pork and pickled vegetables or peking duck (pick up from your local Chinese takeaway) - perfect for a Chinese New Year party nibble
Spiced with chilli, cayenne and curry powder, these nuts make the perfect snack for a drinks party.
Tuck into Canadian comfort food – chips, gravy and cheese curds. As cheese curds can be hard to find, we've tweaked the traditional recipe with fresh, stringy mozzarella.