Whether making a small platter to indulge yourself or one to impress guests we have some tips to make the task less intimidating.
Charcuterie or cheese platters have been all the rage lately appearing in gatherings, weddings and many events. It's actually quite easy to assemble so we'll share a basic minimal ingredient platter to impress your guests.
Bun Mi Vietnamese Grill Pate can uplevel any cheese platter you make and we have a few recipes you can try with it. You can make it into a mousse or add port gelee and make it into a terrine, or just enjoy by itself. Here's a few pictures shared from our customers.
Bun Mi Vietnamese Grill Pate with Port Gelee
For a port gelee terrine, mix 1/4 cup of port wine with 1 packet of uflavored gelatin. Bring to a boil and pour over our container of pate . Refrigerate until ready to serve.
For a delicate mousse pate, whip up about 1/4 cup of heavy cream and mix in with our thawed pate. Continue to whip until fluffy and evenly mix. Pipe into container for a nice design. Refrigerate when not consuming.
If you're interested in Bun Mi Vietnamese Grill creating a charcuterie platter for your next even, we have done quite a few for grand openings and weddings, please contact us!
SIMPLE CHEESE PLATTER
Some basic ingredients, but you can adjust and add according to preference. We like to put an Asian twist to it so if you can't find starfruit, fuji apples are a great alternative. Starfruit pairs very well with fig jam, brie and a cracker.
Utilize your creative talent in arranging, there is no right or wrong way. Best if ingredients are in proportion. Spread of crackers and fruits are equal, pate, jam and nuts in a smaller but equally visual proportion.
Spread some pate on baguette, add a few minced cilantro for color or enjoy on it's own. Crackers spread with fig jam, brie and added starfruit tastes amazing. Pair with a dessert wine