Sometimes you go to an event where you need to bring-a-plate of food to share. Readers think these recipes are a pretty good choice.
This is a very easy and delicious dish that I like to make as a side dish for barbecues.
My sister's friend gave her this recipe years ago to use at our parents' 25th wedding anniversary party. This is very refreshing, non -alcoholic and so easy to put together. I recommend making an ice ring out of extra pineapple juice.
Hard boiled eggs, halved then filled with avocado and egg yolk guacamole that is seasoned with fresh coriander, green chillies, Dijon mustard and lime juice.
Four different types of beans are mixed in a sweet sauce with treacle, brown sugar, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire and Tabasco, then oven baked with streaky bacon.
This a rice salad that has an Asian twist, I developed it for something different. It was very well recieved at all buffets. It is very refreshing and moreish also low in fat and most popular, I have not seen anything similar. This is very healthy and suits all dietary requirements YES even VEGAN.
I was sceptical the first time I had egg in my potato salad but it is just great, and this recipe has an awesome dressing too with mayo, mustard and dill pickle.
This potato salad tastes so light and refreshing. The secret is a pinch of rosemary. With potatoes, eggs, celery, onion, rosemary and chives, this salad is great.
Devilled eggs made with salad cream that are spiked with a kick of curry powder then dusted with paprika to garnish make a tasty starter to any party.
A tasty picnic salad with tinned corn, diced tomatoes and red onion. It's seasoned with fresh coriander, fresh squeezed lime juice and rice vinegar.
Pork chops slow simmered until the meat becomes extra tender. Shredded with two forks then fried in hot oil with onion, garlic, coriander and lime juice.