Assorted tapas party platter

Having a party? Or just a lazy evening on the couch with your loved one? Make an assorted tapas party platter, ready in less than 10 minutes.

10 minutes 4 people Tapas
Assorted tapas party platter


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  • Green olive tapenade
  • Figs
  • Goat cheese
  • Concord grapes
  • Olives
  • Chorizo sausage
  • Pine nuts
  • Soft cheeses
  • Yeşil biber (green, sour peppers)
  • Italian crackers
  • Sliced bread

Kitchen equipment

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  • Cheese knife
  • Wooden (cutting) board


10 minutes 4 people Tapas

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Making an assorted tapas party platter -- 10 minutes

We usually publish recipes where you have to follow steps to complete a dish. This time it's different, no need to cook anything with this assorted tapas party platter.

You don't even need to have the exact same ingredients, it's just a way for us to show you that you can make an awesome party platter using leftovers and cheeses. It's not really a recipe, but we thought it looked pretty and delicious.

That's really what food is about, enjoying and getting to know more flavours. When putting together an assorted tapas party platter it's fun to test which flavours go best with others.

The wooden board is so large that we actually had to place it on the floor for it to properly fit into the frame, here's our "setup". In case you're wondering, we are using a Canon 5D Mark II and two Lowell ego lights.

Those lights are ideal for shooting pictures at night, which is usually around the time when we finish our recipes. 

Asorted tapas party platter photo
Asorted tapas party platter photo

We presented this party platter on a nice and big wooden cutting board. Just put everything together and enjoy a nice glass of wine or beer.

Just look at how lovely all of the different ingredients are, simply amazing assorted tapas party platter. Enjoy!

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