This starter or party nibble tastes even better with a chutney made from yoghurt, crushed mint leaves and chopped green chillies.
Serve with a spicy chilli or minty yoghurt sauce. Try other vegetables too, such as sweet potatoes, broccoli and asparagus. You can also use paneer.
Chopped prawns, seasoned with fresh ginger and oyster sauce, spread on toast and deep fried. Very delicious and easy to make, and can be served warm, or at room temperature. These make popular party nibbles!
Tofu is coated with cornflour and then deep fried. It's served with spring onions and hoi-sin sauce. Use any Asian-style dipping sauce you prefer.
This is the Filipino version of spring rolls. You can find lumpia wrappers in Asian supermarkets wherever they keep their frozen food.
In this recipe, tempeh is marinated in a bit of water, garlic and salt. It's then fried until golden and served hot.
This is a tasty vegan falafel that contains no eggs. Serve on pitta with tzatziki or tahini sauce with lettuce and tomato.
These are rather typical onion bhajis, but I spice them up with minced chillies. Besan is ground chickpea flour; it's also known as gram flour, and you can find it at Asian shops.
This recipe makes enough for a party or you can freeze them in batches. Filled with pork, pak choi, water chestnuts and other wonderful ingredients, these tasty wontons are well worth making. You can buy wonton wrappers in Asian shops.
These tasty spring rolls are loaded with vegetables, seafood and pork. Perfect for a party. You can get spring roll wrappers (rice paper) in an Asian shop.