buffet food

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  1. clairescunny55

    clairescunny55 Well-Known Member

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    im doing a buffet on sunday for my family, so far i have recipes for

    honey glazed ham
    chicken wings with honey soy and seseme
    cheddar and bacon stuffed baby potatoes
    asparagus rolls with parmesan and prosciutto
    peanut prawns on cucumber

    apart from those and the usual sandwiches sausge rolls and cocktail sticks, can you think of anything else you'd have? thanks :hug:
     
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    leckershell Well-Known Member

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    Oooo, I did one a christmas that everyone loved but unfortunetly you can't have while preggers. Dried fig and goats cheese spread wrapped in parma ham. It's one of Nigellas, I can't wait to try it!
     
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    What about mini blinis with a bit of smoked salmon and cream fraiche topping with some fresh dill? Can be used as a starter or finger food :)

    If you want to do cocktail sausages with a bit of a twist you can dip them in honey and mustard (wholegrain) and then cook. Tastes yummy and gives it a fresh take. I use a good honey, a couple of tablespoons and then about half that in mustard. Coats about 24 sausages but then I always add extra half way through cooking to keep it sticky :roll:
     
  5. Kelly G

    Kelly G Well-Known Member

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    We are doing a buffet on new years day for Brooke's birthday!

    We are having

    assorted sandwiches (beef, ham, cheese, gammon)
    voulavants
    quich
    mini pork pies
    mini scotch eggs
    mini sausages
    assorted crisps and dips
    prawn ring
    prawns in pastry (cant remeber the real name :rotfl:)
    mini sring rolls
    those little triangle pastry things (not sure of the name mum got them)
    a bowl of mixed salad
    a bowl of savory rice
    homemade colslaw

    cant think off anything other savory stuuf at the min, but we will also have mince pies and cakes on the table and also a homemade christmas cake

    HTHs
     
  6. Strangeness

    Strangeness Well-Known Member

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    I always boil up a huge pot of baby potatos and melt butter over them and have them with dip. It's so simple but tastes amazing!
     
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    mmm i LOVE homemade coleslaw!!
     
  8. tuck

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    a bowl of chilli, serve it with pitta bread, cut the pitas in half,open em and then people can fillem with chilli

    for those people that arent preggie, button mushrooms, raw, stalks off and filled with boursin cheese

    rather than sarnies, mini bridge rolls, cut in half and spread with differant toppings such as egg mayo, corned beef mixed with onion and mayo, roast beef and horseradish, tuna etc etc etc
     

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