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!
by sam from worthing
depending on portion control serves 4 - 6, and can be frozen.
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!
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
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!
Another belly-warmer for a cold, blustery day. I made this for the first time when I was living in Chicago.
A simple, but very delicious starter or a simple supper.
A nice simple starter that one makes in advance.
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.
This is fab as a starter for a dinner party or lunch with some crusty rolls
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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