Starters

Starters are an important part of any meal as they set the scene for the culinary delights to come, and get the appetite going! You've submitted some real corkers - all well worth a look!

 
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Chicken Soup (creamy)

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  sam from worthing

depending on portion control serves 4 - 6, and can be frozen.

 
 

chilli chicken giblets (chicken stomachs)

Published 05 Nov 2011
by pc1901

this is my own take on a mozambique recipe. its hot its tasty and you just dip crispy bread in it to soak up all the sauce!

 
 

Chorizo cheesy puffs

Published 08 Jun 2010
by Barbara Flowerdew

These chorizo bite-sized mouthfuls are great served hot with pre-dinner drinks or served cold as part of a picnic spread. A great way to use up the end piece of a chorizo sausage (or you can use the thin slices) and a very useful way to use up cheese way

 
 

Chunky Smoked Mackerel Pate

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Angel

This is a no-cook quick starter that's very tasty. Keeps in the fridge happily for a couple of days, so ideal to get prepared and make in advance!

 
 

Clam Chowder

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Ling

Another belly-warmer for a cold, blustery day. I made this for the first time when I was living in Chicago.

 
 

Cliff's Creamy Mushrooms on Toast.

Published 24 Mar 2011
by Cliff.

A simple, but very delicious starter or a simple supper.

 
 

Cliff's Mushroom Pate

Published 23 Mar 2011
by Cliff.

A nice simple starter that one makes in advance.

 
 

Cliff's Parsnip and Apple Soup.

Published 11 Mar 2011
by Cliff.

I was "jazz" cooking because I had some parsnips and Bramleys starting to go soft and I hate wasting food. My family and neighbours love this.

 
 

Coconut, Sweet Potato and Spinach Soup

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Amanda

This is fab as a starter for a dinner party or lunch with some crusty rolls

 
 

Comfort Chicken and Corn Soup

Published 13 Sep 2011
by pietheorem

This may sound completely unappealing, but when I cook; I think of my boyfriend and what would truly satisfy him in term of food, as well as myself of course.

With that in mind...

This is a chinese inspired soup, and I promise that it

 
 
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