Posted on 24th Nov 2017
From one of our Wellington customers...Easy
and elegant little canapes that can be made the day before.
You will need (to make 18-20 balls):
1.Mix all the ingredients well to combine.
2.Chill for an hour or so until firm enough to roll into balls (approx. ½ tablespoon size).
3.Chill again for an hour or more until firm enough to roll in the nuts or crackers to coat.
4. Chill again (overnight is OK).
5.Serve with more Jenny’s Kitchen Tamarind Chutney as a dipping sauce
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