How To Make A Christmas Charcuterie Board
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A DIY charcuterie board makes the perfect table centrepiece this Christmas. The great thing about it is that you can experiment and tailor it to your taste. There’s no right or wrong way to do it, and you can arrange and rearrange things to suit your liking. All you’ll need is a large wooden cutting board, some small bowls and cheese knives. Learn how to make this delicious festive appetiser below.
Cheese: a mix of hard and soft cheese like cheddar, goat cheese, brie, colby, pepper jack and bocconcini (small mozzarella balls which look like snowballs)
Meat: a mix of salami, pepperoni and prosciutto
Carbs: pretzel sticks, baguette slices, Christmas-shaped crackers (see tips below)
Fresh produce: herbs like basil, berries like blackberries and raspberries for filling gaps, small clementines (especially with the leaves on) look very festive, veggies like celery or cucumber (especially if serving with hummus)
Nuts and dried fruit: walnuts, almonds, pistachios, raisins, apricots, dried figs
Condiments and dips: honey, sweet fruity jams, mustard, hummus, chutneys
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