Recipes by Di Swann
It's the time of year when you gather with friends and family so it's great to have some trusted party food ideas to keep the guests happy. Here are some of our favourites to enjoy and share.
Get the party started and show you’re the ultimate Kiwi host by serving up this completely moreish Cheeseball. The secret flavour ingredient is Wattie’s Tomato Sauce – what could be more Kiwi!
Kids and adults won’t be able to get enough of these sweet & sticky finger-licking nibbles. Quick and simple to prepare, it’s a must have recipe this summer. Cook on the barbeque for that great smokey flavour and serve up with napkins for all those sticky fingers!
You’ll be surprised how easy these are to make once you know how. Fresh, tasty and popular with kids of all ages they’re great as a light lunch or dinner or even in your lunchbox. The pouch sauce is used to cook the prawns as well make the dipping sauce – genius!
One will never be enough! Light and delicate these fritters are bursting with flavour from the feta, fresh courgettes and pesto. Eat them just as they are or squeeze over some lemon juice as you eat them!
Dips are popular for any occasion and this Minted Pea Dip not only tastes fantastic but looks amazing – it will really bring life to your next party!
Turn a snack into a hearty meal. Just add Wattie’s Salsa Chilli Beans Medium to add flavour and turn up the heat!
Always a favourite for adults and children alike. These nachos are quick and easy and oh so tasty!
It’s hard to resist a tasty savoury scone. These ones are light, fluffy and full of flavour. Perfect for a morning tea, served warm with a generous spread of butter. The combination of Wattie’s Cream Style Corn, cheese and bacon are a winning combination.
No need to go out to enjoy restaurant-quality falafel. You’ll be surprised by how quick and easy it is to make. Fresh, flavoursome and a little bit fancy − perfect for entertaining.
Using our simple pizza dough recipe, we've whipped up a delicious Rosemary and Garlic Pizza Bread − the perfect partner for this yummy kumara and butternut hummus.
Fancy making your own sushi but don’t know how? Then give this recipe a go. Easy and tasty!
An oldie but a goody! If you like a crispy skin, rub a little oil on before popping in the oven. If you're in a rush you can also cook potatoes in the microwave, prick them first and each potato takes about 4-6 minutes on high depending on size.