What items would you want on a "sharing platter"?

I'm making a sharing platter for me and my hubby tonight, we have no dietary restrictions so all suggestions are welcome! So far I have got mini ribs in sweet chili sauce and potato wedges, and now I am all out of ideas! I don't have a deep fat fryer, so I am looking for things that can be oven cooked or shallow fried, or grilled.

12 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Onion Rings

    Garlic bread slices

    Chicken Goujons

    Chicken Wings

    Mini Sausages

    Mini Sausage rolls

    Mini cheese & Onion rolls

    Scampi in breadcrumbs

    Spring Rolls


    Onion Bahjis

    Most of the above you can buy ready made and bake in the oven.

    Tortilla Chips


    Lots of different dips like sour cream, salsa, sweet chilli, BBQ etc

    If you want to add a touch of healthiness;

    Carrot Sticks

    Celery Sticks


    You could make a dish of nachos to go with it; absolutely love this receipe:

    Get one big 'sharer' bag of tortilla chips (Doritos are def the best, especially the cheesy ones)

    Pile up in an oven-proof dish

    Grate lots of mature cheddar all over, and mix up.

    Dollop sour cream all over the top

    Sprinkle with sliced jalepno peppers (come ready sliced in a jar)

    Sprinkle the whole thing with lots of mozzarella.

    Bake in a medium oven for 10-20 minutes until tortilla chips are slightly charred.

    Serve up with gucamole and salsa on the side - yum!

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  • 1 decade ago

    In my humble opinion a platter isn't a platter wihout some chicken wings. Best recipe I know is:

    80mls soy sauce

    115g honey

    2 tablespoons of curry paste

    2 tablespoons of walnut oil (or any nut oil)

    Marinade for a while and cook in the oven.


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  • 1 decade ago

    Onion Rings, Breaderd mushrooms,chicken stips, potatoe wedges, strips of pepper / cucumber/carrot on the side

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  • 1 decade ago

    Chicken wings, onion rings, garlic mushrooms. Tesco and Iceland do a good range and you just pop them in the oven.

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  • Dory
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    chicken wings, onion rings breaded mushrooms cheese in bread crumbs. King prawns. Sour cream & chive dip, garlic dip. A plate of Nacho's.

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    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    Onion rings, spring rolls, garlic bread slices, chips, tortilla chips, samosas

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  • 1 decade ago

    Feta cheese parcels (M&S do a good range of this kind of thing), mini samoosas yummmmm - you are making me hungry now

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  • 1 decade ago


    Done in a panfull of hot oil

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