Who doesn't love a good snack? These quick eats come together quickly and can be enjoyed with friends and family.Ceviche by Gonzalo Rivera
1. Acapulco Style Ceviche
A Mexican staple made with the freshest ingredients. The halibut is cooked with the acidity of the lime and orange juice accompanied by fresh avocado, red onion, diced tomatoes and serrano chilies.
2. Fruit Salad Waffle Bowls
Check out our Recipe of the Month! We use our fabulous fondue and delicious ingredients to make one-of-kind creations. Velata's as versatile as it is delectable!
3. Orange-Infused Salmon and Prawn Salad
Rich salmon combined with tangy onions and a citrus kick make this dish a perfect summer dinner salad. Join Mark Rigby in this Grokker Premium video as he shows you how you the quick steps to make a salad that is big on flavour and even a carnivore would enjoy.
4. Moroccan Cucumber Salad
The hot summer days are back, and we all need refreshing dishes to cool us down! This Moroccan cucumber salad is the perfect appetizer for your summer menu. The juice, flavor, and texture of cucumber contains all the refreshing ingredients that we need! This salad can be made 'salty' or 'sweet', and you can also add chopped iceberg lettuce to it. You are going to love it!
5. Tuna Steaks with Orange, Spinach and Pinenut Salad
Follow this how to guide to make an easy appetizer that has wonderful Italian flavor and perfect for a quick salad.
6. Honey Glazed Carrots With Orange and Thyme
When you need a bright, beautiful side dish with sweet, bold flavors...look no further than these honey glazed carrots. They are such a breeze to whip up and couldn't be more delicious. This recipe really says 'Spring'...we love it!
7. Fresh and Easy Ceviche
A classic fish dish with a special seasoning of citrus fruits makes this the perfect way to begin any dinner party!
8. Melted Cheese Stick Recipe
This recipe is a twist on the old Christmas favourite, breaded camembert. Instead of cubes or wedges we make posh cheese sticks with an awesome, sticky, spiced orange relish.