And with some chains charging as much as £1 per canape, it’s hard to know which is worth your money.
The chicken itself was mediocre, but they looked nice and the satay sauce was really tasty. Booths Ribblesdale Goats Cheese Tartlets with Cherry Compote & Hazelnut Sprinkles (left) .
Iceland's Luxury Mini Coquilles St Jacques (right) were the best of the lot, scoring a whopping 29 out of 30 marks These looked lovely, with a fine layer of crisp batter – though I’d say calling them actual tempura would be a push – and the prawns are big and fat.
This kind of thing gets wheeled out a lot at parties and there’s a reason for it: everyone likes them.
They are a bit too heavy on the pastry, but the sweet and spicy fillings can just about cope with it.
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I loved the flavour of the chorizo and the addition of manchego made this feel and taste like a great quality product. These are a great idea and look quite novel and exciting.
They divided my group of testers, with half loving the snap and crackle of the pork, whilst the other half felt they were almost too dry and needed some kind of dip like an apple sauce.
Ms Kennedy quizzed one of the police officers about whether or not the wardens were allowed in her shop and was told to look it up online.
Lisa said: 'I asked one of the officers whether they were allowed in my shop and if I can ask them to leave.
I’d buy these as a cheap way of bulking up party food and save some cash to buy some extra special ones too.