Wow the crowd with this edible wreath of pork and veal sausage rolls, that also makes the perfect centrepiece for your Christmas table.
Give seafood canapés an Asian twist with wonton wrappers and sweet chilli sauce. Serve on ceramic spoons for a refined touch!
Christmas in Australia - feasting on lamb under the sun. It doesn't get much more Aussie than that! Cook's tip, if you have some time, leave the meat to marinate for a few hours for extra flavour.
A glamorous twist on a finger food favourite, wrap chipolatas in streaky bacon, bake and serve with your Christmas lunch or dinner.
Meaning 'little cups', these croustades look fancy and will certainly impress the guests. But don't worry, these are easy to make.
These lime and lemongrass BBQ prawn skewers will hit the spot on a hot summer day. Cook them up on the BBQ for Christmas lunch!
For effortless entertaining serve these pastries as party of a mezze platter (with everything else bought at the store!).
Bite-sized pieces of chicken that's crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside!
Use delicious Australian cheeses and a generous hint of spice to entertain the vegetarian way.
So simple, so continental. Use glasses to serve grissini at varying heights for added interest.
Golden and crunchy on the outside, filled with soft and fluffy potato inside, these croquettes will keep you (and your guests) coming back for more!
You can't go past the winning flavour combination of lamb and mint. Give your sausage rolls the gourmet treatment with fancy homemade filling!
The sweetness of caramelised onions alongside crumbled goat's cheese makes these mini tartlets a delicious moreish bite that you need to serve at your next party.
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