Assembling an Antipasto Platter

Assembling an Antipasto Platter

By Naomi Crisante

on 09th Oct 2014 10:07


Nothing looks quite as impressive as a gorgeous antipasto platter on the table, and it really is one of the easiest things to put together. Start with an extra large platter and then you can build a beautiful cornucopia of produce for your guests to graze on.


There are four main types of ingredients that usually take centrestage on an antipasto platter – charcuterie, antipasti vegetables, cheese and bread or crackers.


  • Charcuterie covers all cold cured meats such as ham, prosciutto and jamon. Make sure they are finely sliced and arrange them in gentle folds onto the platter.




  • Add some Italian-style ciabatta, sourdough or seeded breads, or maybe some grissini sticks or crackers for some welcome crunch and your platter is complete! 

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