Looking for fantastic nibbles or sensational mains for your next party? We've got loads of delicious but easy party food recipes to wow even the most discerning guests! Also check out our collection of cocktails and party drinks to make the party complete.
A healthier alternative to the deep-fried onion bhajis you find in Indian restaurants. These are baked and exceedingly tasty. They are sweet, tender and very moreish. Serve as an appetiser or starter.
This is so easy and is one of my favourite recipes. It tastes even better if you use homemade raspberry jam.
These baked Scotch eggs can be enjoyed anytime of the day, and save on fat and calories since they're baked in the oven.
This Moroccan slow cooker chicken recipe is the perfect blend of sweetness and spice.
These duck breasts are the nicest I've ever cooked. And it's also very quick and extremely easy to make. I enjoy serving these duck breasts with roasted seasonal vegetables.
These scones have everything you want in a cheese scone. They're light, fluffy and full of cheesy goodness. The trick is not to handle the dough too much and work very quickly. If you can do that, you'll be rewarded with a fantastic scone. Serve with lashings of butter for that indulgent treat. Perfect for picnics, afternoon tea or elevenses.
Why go out for Thai when you can make it at home? This delicious Thai-style chicken satay recipe calls for chicken marinated in a peanut, soy and citrus sauce. Perfect for a party.
These sweet treats are quick and easy to make and taste fantastic. Digestive biscuit crumbs are mixed with coconut and condensed milk, baked, topped with chocolate and cut into bars.
Quick and easy - you'll never go to the sandwich shop again. This recipe has a decidedly citrus twist, but feel free to embellish however you'd like - add sultanas, peppers, pineapple, nuts, spring onion, etc.
An authentically delicious risotto with the woodsy flavour of mushrooms. Mix up the variety of mushrooms if desired, especially if there are wild mushrooms available. Check the rice by biting into it. It should be slightly al dente (or resist slightly to the tooth but not be hard in the centre).