It's easy and satisfying to make your own pâté whether you prefer the traditional chicken liver pâté or a recipe variant such as salmon pâté or mushroom pâté.
This can be two recipes in one. Either a lavish chicken liver meal served on a bed of pasta or a rich decadent chicken liver pate. Once you try this you'll not be disappointed again and your guests will ask for this easy recipe.
Chicken liver pate is very rich and delicious, as well as cheap to make! Serve it spread on toasted slices of crusty bread.
Always experimenting with food this recipe has been created with dairy intolerent people in mind. The butter that is usually used has been substituted with a dairy free margarine and works well. The quantity used are for two small ramekins eliminating waste. It inspired me to make my own as the bought ready to serve products are expensive and contain preservatives.
This is an easy and tasty party dip with salmon, cream cheese and lemon juice. Garnish with parsley and serve with crackers.
This basic beef pate recipe will hold up well to any variations you might want to use but works marvellously as listed. I serve on toast for lunch.
With the variations of flavourings you can add to this recipe it gives you the choice of either spicy or mild. And so so easy to make when in a hurry to get to the party. Good for those watching their diets around Xmas or holiday times.
This is a lovely rustic French pate made with morel mushrooms, pork mince and chicken livers. It is easier to make than you might think!
You want to make your own pate but don't have access to goose or duck liver? Try this great substitute. Serve with sliced baguettes, capers, cream cheese, thinly sliced spring onions and caviar.
This is a zesty, creamy smoked salmon dip, great for dinner parties. You can also used smoked tailor (bluefish) if you can find it.
A slightly different addition to the holiday table, this pate only takes minutes to make. It's also a good way of using up leftover ham.