The holiday season is here and it’s time to pull out the hors d’oeuvres recipes to begin the party.
We have lined up the best Asian appetisers for the season. From spring rolls to satay sticks, and potstickers to dumplings we have them all guaranteed to win the hearts of your guests, friends and family.
Here are Easy Asian Appetisers to Light up Your Christmas Eve:
Add flavour to your party with this insanely easy and crunchy pork patties. Serve it with sweet and sour sauce and leave your guests mighty impressed. Get the recipe here.
For all you health freaks out there, here’s an easy, guilt-free indulgence. Try the Chinese broccoli with oyster sauce and make your party a healthy one! Get the recipe here.
A traditional North Eastern Thai dish, influenced by Laos, steamed seafood curry cake is also known as Ho Mok in Thai and traditionally served in banana leaves shaped into boats or in mussel shells. Try the Steamed Seafood Curry Cake recipe.
These deep-fried scallop wontons (dumplings) are filled with scallops and wasabi paste. You’ll love the crispy bites for sure. Try this Chinese fried scallop wontons recipe.
These delicious golden chicken balls have a crispy outer shell with a rice filling. These Japanese delicacies are very similar to the Arancini concept. Enjoy these chicken balls recipe!
Wondering how a salad made its way through appetisers? Well, it is as good as an appetizer and is a perfect salad for a light summer meal or a picnic/barbeque. Try this warm char siu salad recipe.
Here’s an authentic Japanese appetiser that will appease your taste buds. Gyoza or Pot-sticker Dumplings are filled with pork, cabbage and spring onions and are steamed and pan-fried to get a golden hue. Plus it is quick and tasty! Get the recipe here.
The most sought after Asian salad in AU, this calamari salad is perfect for summer and are have enough greens to keep you healthy and hydrated for summer. They can be served either warm or cold and make a refreshing addition to a meal. Get the recipe here.
You thought a cake was an appetizer? Well, yes, these steamed chicken curry cakes are moist, soft and just right for your Christmas eve party. Go ahead and try them. It is also a great tea-time snack. Get the recipe here.
Yakitori literally means “grilled chicken” – kebabs of chicken grilled on a BBQ and basted with a sweet soy-based sauce. It is best made with the leg or thigh meat as this is more juicy than fine-textured breast meat. Get the recipe here.
Get the party started with these delightful appetisers and treat your guests to a royal Asian fare.
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