How to Make Antipasto Platters & Charcuterie Boards
I love entertaining during the holiday season and making sure my guests don’t leave hungry is very important to me. One of my favorite ways to feed my guests is with antipasto platters and charcuterie boards. Some times it can be confusing to know what to include and how many varieties to offer. Our friends over at Giusto Sapore have shared with us this handy planning cheat sheet to help us be prepared for any occasion. With several recommendations, you will find inspiration to create your own unique antipasto platters and charcuterie boards.
Giusto Sapore helps you create the perfect platters and boards when you stock your pantry with bags of crostini and bruschette, jars of olives, bruschetta spreads and more. There selection of food includes quartered artichokes in oil, pickled pearl onions, peperoncino, olives and some bruschetta spreads such as eggplant caponata and black olive tapenade.
To finish off your antipasto platter and charcuterie board, take a quick trip to the deli for some soft and hard cheeses and your favorite cured meats. You will be all set to wow your friends and family with a tantalizing and delicious display.
To create your Antipasto Platters and Charcuterie Boards, Simply choose 3 or more from each column and arrange on a pretty platter or wooden cutting board.
To figure out how much of each item you need use the following guidelines.
- 2 – 3 ounces of cheese per person
- 2-3 ounces of cured meats per person
- 2-3 cups of olives, spreads, and antipasto for 6-8 people