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These potato kebabs are made by arranging marinated baby potatoes on skewers alongside bacon-wrapped leeks, then crisping them up under the grill. Perfect to serve as a side with roast chicken or simply on top of salad leaves.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

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A wonderful side dish to make whilst the barbecue is on. Potatoes are seasoned, wrapped in a foil parcel and cooked on the barbecue. Simple and delectable!

Recipe by: cookin'mama

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The white part of leeks are wrapped with cooked ham and covered in a creamy white cheese sauce. A lovely side dish!

Recipe by: Capucine

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Quick and easy Spanish tapas recipe for asparagus spears, wrapped in Parma ham slices, seasoned and oven baked.

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Potatoes are stuffed with bacon, cheese, rosemary and onion, then wrapped in foil and baked. This would work round the bonfire, too!

Recipe by: Deborah Lo Scalzo

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An impressive little side dish of asparagus wrapped in bacon or pancetta. You can do the assembly ahead of time and then roast just before serving. What a lovely presentation this makes!

Recipe by: mumofsix

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To make a soup into a complete meal, sometimes you need a little more than just a hunk of bread. These wraps can be eaten on their own, but are best served with Roasted Cherry Tomato Soup (recipe on this website) for added protein.

Recipe by: Jan Cutler

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There are peppers, peppers and still more peppers in this delicious grilled pepper recipe. Feel free to use a mixture of green, yellow, orange and red peppers. This is great on it's own as part of an antipasti platter, and makes a delicious wrap or panini with melted cheese.

Recipe by: DPAPEL

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This is a Latin-style coleslaw dressed with lemon and olive oil. It's great with leftover barbecued meat in tortilla wraps.

Recipe by: DIANEOWEN23

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These pickled chillies are great in salads, sandwiches and wraps, or to serve alongside a meat dish. These can be made less spicy by removing the seeds from the chillies.

Recipe by: Pam

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