Making the Charcuterie Board is easier than you believe. Charcuterie is a way to display preserved meats. Its popularity has increased in recent years, and today comprises cheeses, meats and accompaniments that work perfectly with cheeses and meats like olives, fruit and spreads, nuts, etc.). When people imagine charcuterie platters, they're really thinking of a cheeseboard.
There's no need to invest in expensive equipment to create an amazing spread. You can serve them right from a clean counter. Here are some kitchen tools that help you display and serve your food more efficiently on a charcuterie plate.
Serve board – A rimmed table helps to keep everything in place however all cutting tables or baking sheets with rims or serving trays will serve.
Serving Utensils – Use special cheese knives and forks, or you can use ordinary salad forks or butter knives for serving. Ramekins or other small dishes are ideal for moist or messy items such as jam, honey olives, pickles, olives, etc.
For the best cheese board to make the best Cheese Board, you must focus on 3 things: variety, flavor and texture. A variety of ingredients makes a good board. Include items that are sweet crisp, salty fat and savory, as well as carb-rich. brined and pickled.
The cheese platter is made earlier in the day and covered before refrigerating. It is recommended to serve the cheese and meats cured at temperatures that are at room temperature. Take the cheeseboard out of the refrigerator within 30 minutes prior to serving.