DIY party combos - Greek style

Greek Party Food s

  • courgettes

  • feta cheese

  • green olives

  • fresh mint leaves

  • fresh red chilli

This forkful has a Greek vibe to it that really works. Use a speed peeler to peel a courgette into ribbons. If you can get different colours of courgettes then having those colours together on the fork is a really nice touch. Take two ribbons in your hand and add a small chunk of feta cheese, a destoned green olive, a mint leaf and a tiny sprinkle of finely chopped fresh red chilli. Wrap everything up in the courgette ribbons then stab with a fork.



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Nutritional Information

DIY party combos - Greek style

Delicious feta, courgette and olive bites

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These flavoursome forks with mint and chilli are brilliant for parties, really easy and look great
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There's nothing complicated at all about this party food. Just get a whole tray of forks together and lay out your ingredients. The ideas I'm giving you are simply for things I think go really well together, but if there are certain combos you love, get those going too. The beauty of these wonderful forkfuls is that they can be rattled out in no time flat. So you can make them as you're chatting to your guests, or rope your partner or mate into rattling 10 or 20 out. It's about putting things you like the taste of together, on a fork or in a spoon… Simple!

This forkful has a Greek vibe to it that really works. Use a speed peeler to peel a courgette into ribbons. If you can get different colours of courgettes then having those colours together on the fork is a really nice touch. Take two ribbons in your hand and add a small chunk of feta cheese, a destoned green olive, a mint leaf and a tiny sprinkle of finely chopped fresh red chilli. Wrap everything up in the courgette ribbons then stab with a fork.

Also try:
Fig, mozzarella and Parma ham
Smoked salmon with horseradish and beetroot
Bresaola with mustard and coleslaw
Prawns and Marie Rose sauce

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Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 34 2%
  • Carbs 0.6g 0%
  • Sugar 0.5g 1%
  • Fat 2.6g 4%
  • Saturates 1.5g 8%
  • Protein 2.0g 4%
Of an adult's reference intake

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