M&M Food Market’s party pack of Indian appetizers.

Impress your guests with these 5 tempting appetizers for 2018

International flavours tops for the coming year, says M&M Food Market

As families across Langley celebrate the height of entertaining season, the local experts at the Willowbrook M&M Food Market share their top 5 appetizers for 2018. From savoury and spicy, to popular favourites with a twist, here’s some simply delicious, internationally inspired treats to impress your guests!

Formerly M&M Meats, the company is now M&M Food Market to better reflect the diversity of products they provide for your family – reflected in the array of appetizers below. In store, you’ll also find a good selection of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options.


Appetizer 1. Indian Party Pack

M&M collects together its exclusive collection of savoury Indian starters with a touch of heat, plus sweet and spicy tamarind sauce for dipping.

8 – Chicken Tikka Samosas

8 – Vegetable Pakoras

8 – Butter Chicken Naanpanada

8 – Vegetable Samosas

Appetizer 2. Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Mild curry chicken breast mini skewers, hand-grilled over charcoal, with a sweet and spicy peanut sauce.

Appetizer 3. Shrimp Tempura

Jumbo Pacific white shrimp, hand-dipped in a traditional tempura batter, enjoyed with the included soy dipping sauce featuring a hint of natural wasabi flavour.

Appetizer 4. Bacon-wrapped Jalapeno Shooters

Two-bite jalapeño pepper halves, filled with rich cream cheese and wrapped in smoked bacon.

Appetizer 5. Spicy Italian Flatbread

Enjoy this restaurant favourite in your own home! Stone-baked crust topped with tomato sauce, spicy dry-cured Soppressata salami, roasted red bell peppers and mozzarella and bocconcini cheeses.


For more than 35 years, M&M has helped Canadians put delicious meals on the table by offering restaurant-quality food, great customer service and a convenient shopping experience.

Visit in Langley at 6175-200 St., Bldg D at Willowbrook Park.


Spicy Italian Flatbread.

Bacon-wrapped Jalapeno Shooters.

Tempura Shrimp, Italian Flatbread and Chicken Satay.

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