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Feeding the masses: what to cook for large gatherings

Be it a long lunch with a big group of friends, a meal with the extended family, or a dinner party for a large group, feeding the masses can be a challenge for the person on cooking duties. But, rather than spending all day at the stove whipping up a wide variety of foods, you can pick a couple of delicious and substantial dishes to serve alongside salads and bread at your table.

When feeding the masses, think big: pastas, one-pot dishes, and food that is perfect for sharing among many. Frittatas and slices that are easily divided can be handy for any occasion, as can hearty salads and large bakes.

Here, we’ve put together a round-up of crowd-pleasing favourites for feeding the masses, with minimal effort and maximum satisfaction.

Tempt tastebuds with these warming, filling and nourishing meals containing Shop & Share ingredients from FoodBank’s partners: Ardmona, Mount Franklin, Vetta, Chicken Tonight, Continental, McCain, SPC, Vetta, Continental, Helga’s, Devondale and Primo.

One recipe that will no doubt be a crowd-plaser is this lasagne roll-ups dish. Try it at your next gathering you’re guests will be running back for more.

What do cook for large gatherings

Impress your guests (and fill their bellies) with dishes from this feasting selection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foodbank is a recipe partner of myfoodbook. This feature contains a mix of content from myfoodbook third party content partners and our own opinions. If you’d like to learn more about the FoodBank Shop & Share campaign, and how you can help to alleviate hunger for Australian’s in need, click here.

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