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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These flavoursome forks with mint and chilli are brilliant for parties, really easy and look great
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