Top Rated Dinner Party Recipes

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Cyber Kitchen
Vegetable- Dinner Party Potatoes
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Carrie Ann
My mother liked to entertain when I was growing up and she gave a lot of dinner parties. This wonderful recipe was one of her favourite dishes because it could be prepared ahead of time and popped into the oven shortly before her guests arrived;and she always served it with her savoury Company Rice. I now make it for my family and friends on special occasions.
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Chef Decadent1
Everyone loves these tasty carrots. The sauce is so flavorful and the orange juice genuinely compliments the carrots. I can always rely on this dish when I have company over and I have served it may times. Originally from a Company's coming cookbook.DELISH!
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GypsybvW
Lettuce is tossed with toasted almonds, cheese, and a tangy vinaigrette!
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MizzNezz
Here's a really impressive dish with hardly no fuss. Your guests will love it!
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HeatherFeather
Adapted from a 1974 Woman's Day magazine clipping tucked into my Great Aunt's recipe files. The clipping is splotched and well worn, a good sign that this was tried & enjoyed. This recipe has instructions designed for a dinner party - you prepare the curry earlier in the day, keep it ready in the fridge until shortly before your guests arrive (the earlier in the day part takes about and hour to cook, the final cooking takes 1 hours and 15 minutes, plus the time it takes to preheat your oven).
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Chickee
Makes 3 different types- salmon, mushroom, and tuna. I would not normally use a recipe for these, but if my husband wants to help or I want to have it as part of a menu, it's good to have it on hand. You don't have to use crustini, bruscetta or sliced bread or crackers or whatever you like is fine. From Alive and Cooking.
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Chef SuzyQ
I've had this recipe for years and use it often. A perfect dish to take to someone or to take to a potluck dinner. I've varied it lots of ways, and it always turns out good.
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californiacook
An eye and taste-appealing way to prep potatoes for everyday or dinner parties. Try using other varieties of potatoes like little reds etc, but adjust cooking time.
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breezermom
This is a very economical dish, but it is very tasty! Served with some bread and possibly a salad, you could have a "poor man's dinner party"!
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Emeril Lagasse
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A tasty dip made with vegetable broth, lentils, walnuts, and chopped onion.
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