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By Derf on December 6, 2007
"These are incredable!! You will never have enough and everyone will want the recipe!! Make lots for a full meal or serve as a first course. from Mexican, healthy ways with a favourite cusine."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 22 mins
By French Tart on December 3, 2010
"The French LOVE serving "Amuse Gueule" (appetisers) in shot glasses! So, I thought I would concoct a special recipe to accompany our pre-dinner aperitifs this New Year! A retro 1960's starter that I believe still has a place when served for special meals and parties, and this is so simple; it's also a great idea for a large gathering,..."
Ingredients: shrimp, pink peppercorns...
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 5 mins
By French Tart on June 6, 2010
"An easy and delightful recipe that makes an elegant starter for a festive cocktail party - served with vodka of course! If caviar is hard to source or is expensive, lumpfish roe can be used. I see this being served for a Midsummer party in honour of the lands of the midnight sun, with assorted vodka cocktails! This festive and very special appetiser..."
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
By French Tart on June 1, 2009
"A colourful French Creole inspired recipe, which is very easy to make. This tangy and flavourful recipe is wonderful served with a tropical fruit salsa and yellow rice. Ingredients are just for two - but they can be increased with ease!"
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
By French Tart on September 24, 2007
"A delectable starter or luncheon dish that I devised for the Auberge. King prawns, in their shells or with the tails still intact - pan fried in a warm dressing of lemon, lime and lovage with Pineau des Charentes and crème fraiche! Convinced? Here is the recipe! Serve with Mesclun or mixed salad leaves of your choice and lots of crusty bread..."
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
By MizzNezz on February 4, 2008