Five Fiery Recipes to impress your guests for Bonfire Night 2017

Autumn has set in and you’re probably looking for pumpkin and spice and all things nice to warm your tummies this bonfire night. We know it’s easy to throw some spuds in the oven and go for a classic jacket potato but if you’re looking for something a little extra to impress your guests this year we’ve got you covered. Here are our top 5 bonfire night recipes ideas to throw in the oven before you throw that Guy on the fire.Five Fiery Recipes to impress your guests for Bonfire Night 2017

5 Best Traditional Bonfire Night Food Ideas: Bonfire Night Recipes

Thai Chicken Curry with Rice

When you’re standing out getting a chill, a curry is a perfect solution. It’s filling, it’s nutritious and it might even more of a “wow” from your guests than the firecrackers. When I think of Bonfire Night food, I dream of a combination of infused flavours, of steaming bowls, and a little bit of spice. Another great thing about Thai curry recipes is that the flavours last. So you can serve up the meals throughout the night for all of those ‘fashionably late’ guests.

Bonfire Night recipes: Thai chicken curry

Cod Fish with Mediterranean Salsa

If you’re after the real wow-factor – and don’t mind your guests knowing that you probably didn’t cook it from scratch, we recommend the Cod Fish with Mediterranean Salsa. It may be a bit fancy for Bonfire Night but sometimes you just want to impress. And serving up this dish will certainly do the trick. It may be winter but at least we can enjoy this salsa packed with the flavours of the Mediterranean.

Five fiery recipes for Bonfire Night 2017

Moroccan Red Lentil Soup

Another winner for every Bonfire Night get together is a classic soup. Plus, when we think of Autumn we think of burnt orange leaves and pumpkin patches. So, an Autumnal soup solution must be the Moroccan Red Lentil with its vibrant orange colour. This recipe is ideal for your guests and you can serve up bowls and bowls of it without any hassle.

Saffron Risotto

Another great filler for wintery nights is a risotto and this filling dish is guaranteed to go down a treat. You may even have your guests peeking into your kitchen instead of at the crackling fire as they await this Bonfire treat. Plus, this recipe is made with Saffron, the most expensive spice in the world, so it’s a treat for your guests and the taste buds.

Bonfire Night recipes: Saffron Risotto

Pumpkin soup

Got a load of pumpkins left over from your pumpkin picking trip last weekend? Turn it into a delicious, heart-warming meal for your friends and family for Bonfire Night. If you need more convincing, just imagine your guests gripping that warm bowl in their hands as they stand by the fire. After all, there is nothing quite like that first warming spoonful of autumn in a bowl.

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