Smoked Fish Seafood Charcuterie Board
Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish Seafood Charcuterie Board
Quantities are not listed as it depends on how many people you would like to serve.
Charcuterie boards are a fantastic food trend which give you the versatility of feeding as few or as many people you desire, depending upon the size of the board, while giving a wide selection of food choices. This also, gives you the opportunity to be creative.
Serve your favourite smoked salmon, try something new or do a combination of both.
Whatever you decide, you cannot go wrong!
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- Hardy Buoys Original Pieces
- Hardy Buoys Maple Candy
- Hardy Buoys Honey Garlic Piece – or your favourite flavour
- Hardy Buoys Pepper Jerky
- Hardy Buoys Original Jerky
- Hardy Buoys Pepperoni
Use a mixture of both Atlantic and wild salmon as the moisture content and flavour is different in each. This gives a different mouth-feel with each bite and both are extremely tasty and healthy
- Butter Poached Spot Prawn Tails
- Spot Prawn Tails found in Hardy Buoys retail store
- Cooked Fresh Dungeness Crab - found in Hardy Buoys retail store live tank
- French Baguette – sliced thinly on the bias
- Nuts of your choice
- Cheese of your choice
- Fresh Dill – optional
- Edible Flowers – optional (research edible flowers to ensure which ones are truly edible – i.e. pansy, onion flower, nasturtium and begonia are edible and each has their own flavour)
Arrange pieces of salmon keeping in mind shape and colour and texture.
Put different colours and shapes next to each other. Keep the pieces whole. If you have more of a specific shape such as long thin pieces, and you can’t place a different shape between them, try placing the pieces at a different angle.
For smaller thinner pieces such as the jerky consider placing in a small decorative bowl or glass.
Consider adding height with a pedestal bowl for the butter poached prawns.
The better placed the food is, the better it looks like it tastes NOT that Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish needs any help in the taste department. ;)
*For a video on how to make this dish go to Dukes Dining on Facebook and watch the August 15, 2020 episode - click here>>