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Individual Platters

Some things are just too good to share and that’s the case with these platters. Rather than a large shared grazing platter, give your guests their own mini-version to kick-start the meal; and with no cooking required, it will be the easiest entrée that you’ve ever made.

How long will it take?

20 minutes

What’s the serving size?

Serves 6 - 10

What do I need?

  • Assorted crackers, lavosh and crispbread
  • ½ rockmelon, skin and seeds removed, cut into wedges
  • Sliced prosciutto
  • Salami/Sopressa
  • Dip
  • Brie
  • Blue cheese
  • 100 g raw honeycomb
  • 50 g muscatels
  • 300 g grapes
  • Fresh figs or cherries
  • 80 g sundried tomatoes
  • 150 g mixed pitted olives
  • 80 g caperberries
  • Quince paste

How do I make it?

  1. Build individual smorgasbord plates, or one large platter, by arranging the ingredients to compliment each other. Wrap rockmelon wedges with prosciutto or pile it proudly on top, adorn brie with raw honeycomb, and pair plump fresh fruit with salty deli delights.
  2. Build the plate to be full and generous, and match colours throughout the plate to create contrast and texture.

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