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    Default Cold finger foods

    I'm hoping for some suggestions. I have a morning tea at work and I'm trying to think of something to make to take. I was already thinking Anzac biscuits, but was hoping for something savoury either as well as or instead of. Must be able to be eaten cold as there is no access to an oven.

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    Mini quiches?

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    Rice paper rolls

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    Sandwiches, pinwheels?

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    I was thinking mini quiches but I only have 2 eggs and loathing the thought of leaving the house lol. Sandwiches will already be supplied by work I believe. I've got some marinated chicken mince for spring rolls in the freezer and I'm wondering whether if I made them and cooked them tonight could I serve them cold tomorrow? I've eaten them lukewarm/cold when they've been out at parties, but not after being refrigerated.

    ETA - ooh I could do these as rice paper rolls actually, just cook the chicken first. I would still need to go to the shops to buy things though, but definitely sounds tastier than mini quiches. (Mini quiches are my staple for finger food normally and I'm looking for something different.)
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    Peking duck wraps ( shredded duck with Hoi sin sauce, cucumber served on mini lettuce leaves)

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    Bruschetta was another thought, just not sure what I'll be doing at work tomorrow in terms of preparation. Probably something that just needs to be take out of a container and put on a plate/platter probably.

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    I should probably specify simple foods. Nothing too fancy or involved. The usual fare is jatz, dips, veggie stick, chips, cakes, buns etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonlyem View Post
    Bruschetta was another thought, just not sure what I'll be doing at work tomorrow in terms of preparation. Probably something that just needs to be take out of a container and put on a plate/platter probably.
    Just toast the bread that morning and make the tomato mixture - just spoon over the bread when your ready to serve or I put the mix in a bowl and put on a platter with the toasted bread and they can serve themselves!

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    Savoury muffins.

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