What could be more pleasing to the eye at the festive table than a plate full of cheese? We assure you that you will conquer any guest, from the youngest to the oldest.
The cheese platter has no written rule. You just have to choose 4-5 types of cheese, with hard and soft texture, some sausages, something sweet (eg: jam, dried fruit, fresh fruit), something crunchy (crackers, grisine), nuts and dried fruit.
For this dish we chose to use dried apricots from the Dessert range, which matched the more astringent cheeses and also for the crunchy part, which I told you about above, we chose raw almonds from the Natural range.
This kind of cheese platter can be the beginning of a successful evening, and to make the evening even more pleasant, we give you a tip: white wine goes best with cheeses. You will amaze those invited with your skill and choice of wine.
In the list of ingredients below we have put some types of cheese, but they can change depending on your preferences, and the weights can be higher or lower, depending on how many guests you have at the table. As I mentioned, it doesn’t have a written rule, it’s all about taste.