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    Default Cold savoury party food ideas please!!

    I have a party in a park organised for Saturday and there is.no power etc so no way of cooking or keeping hot food hot. Any ideas of easy to eat savoury party snacks that can be served cold. I don't have much time to cook before hand and there are about 30 adults and 30 kids!!

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    Savory muffins are great, you can google some yummy recipes. Our fave is cheese bacon and chive muffins. They're yum!! One muffin is quite filling!

    Also a slice like zucchini slice or something like that, you make a massive batch in one hit and its very easy and fast to make, like the muffins...

    Geeze you have a lot of people coming... umm what else. Ill get back with more if i come up with anything.

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    My daughter had a frozen themed party on the weekend and one of the foods I served was kristoff's sweedish meatballs. I served them warmed up before we went and didn't mind if they went room temp when we got there. I used the traditional sauce that goes with it as a dipping sauce.

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    Cob loaf?

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    you could buy or make an antipasto platter like they have at woolies?

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    Rice paper rolls
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    Mini quiches
    Antipasto platters
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    Smoked salmon nibbles - little mini toast topped with goats cheese, smoked salmon and capers

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    im lazy, I would go with corn chips and dips, and cut up vegs, carrot celery. maybe a savoury bread from brumbys,. I think they call it a tear and share loaf. soft bread with different savoury things added. and cut up fruit, a watermelon, or such. Marie.

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    Oh and sandwiches made up. Like the small cut sandwiches, finger food sizes.

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    Cheese twists. 2 sheets of puff pastry. Sprinkle one with paprika and grated tasty cheese. Place other on top and smooth down. Cut into 1cm strips, twist and bake until puffy and golden.

    Love all of misskitty's ideas!!

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    Bruschetta ( make the tomato mix and toast the bread before you go and assemble there)

    Avocado prawn crostini ( toast a baguette, spread with guacamole and add a cold cooked prawn on top )

    Goats cheese and caramalised onion toasts

    Peking duck lettuce cups

    Prawn rice paper rolls

    Mini prawn or chicken sliders ( mini buns with prawn or chicken, mayo and lettuce)

    Chicken Caesar salad wraps

    Greek salad kebabs

    Dip sticks ( put tzatiki in the bottom of a plastic cup and add carrot/cucumber/bread sticks - that way everyone can have their own lite dip)

    Mini prawn cocktails - in a plastic shot glass put some seafood sauce and then top with a whole cooked prawn

    Sushi

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