There are three things you want from party food: You want it to be easy to prepare (ideally make ahead), affordable and delicious. Below is a selection of recipes posted on A Crust Eaten over 2013, each of which would make great additions to your holiday party table.
I don’t know about you, but it seems like this time of year I am constantly hosting parties. And a party needs party food, it’s that simple.
I recently volunteered to start making the food for my weekly cribbage league, I wanted to do something different than the soggy sandwiches we were used to having. These little morsels are a party food, snack or with a side salad a very satisfying supper. Filo parcels are no new thing, and spinach and feta is quite a classic filling. Because of this there are a range of recipes out there and each one is quite different. I couldn’t be bothered amalgamating all these different recipes, nor could I find one that I liked the look of, so I made it up as I went along and they came out pretty well.
Sausage rolls are a British staple. I didn’t even know they existed before moving over here and I must say that the supermarket version, cold as ice and like papier mâché in your mouth, did not make me believe I had been missing out on anything very special.