Of course with the warmer weather approaching quite fast and seeing that the days get longer, the sun rises early in order to enjoy the day fully, important are also the times spent with family at BBQ’s’s or catching up with friends over a glass of wine after a busy day to wind down or champagne even (if there happens to be anything to celebrate…usually there is…)

While there is millions and billions and even trillions of recipes out there to have as an Entertainer or Finger Food as some of might call it, I have come across possible a favorite recipe of mine, while flicking through the Coles Recipe Book of November twenty fourteen.

Just imagine … its Summer, a sunny day + absolutely beautiful weather, clear sky. Your first thought? A get-together with family and friends or your Neighbors from next door over some Appetizers and a nice BBQ.

Lamb cutlets, steak, turkish bread, a variety of salads served as Mains, but what to do when guests arrive and the BBQ is not get ‘ready to go’? Help is here with Prawn Cocktail Sliders, easy made and absolutely delicious, your guests will talk about this recipe for quite some time to come.

Prawn Cocktail Sliders

24 (6 pkts) Bake at Home Coles white dinner rolls

1 x Herbed Aioli

2 tbs finely chopped dill

48 (about 1.5kg) cooked, peeled prawns (halves lengthways)

1 baby cos lettuce, finely shredded

have some Wedges to serve also.

Method

1. Bake bread following packet instructions.

2. Cut Prawns lengthways

3. Wash + Shred Baby Cos Lettuce

4. Take bread out of oven and cut into halves

5. Spread Aioli onto both halves

6. Add cos lettuce, prawns and some dill.

Enjoy !

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