With the Holidays approaching it is time to start thinking about family gatherings and parties with friends. If you are attending a party and are looking for a simple way to spice up your garnish or vegetable tray, try making this decorative radish florette. It only takes a matter of minutes to create and the end product will add an elegant touch to any Holiday party. In the video below Chef Jere will walk you through step by step on how to create a radish flower garnish using the granny paring knife.
I’m using the Granny Paring knife today. I’m going to be demonstrating how to make some neat little radish florets. Start with a radish, a good size radish, we are going to cut the ends off the radish, just like that. Then were going to go in on each side, we are going to have four sides, we are going to go in about a quarter of inch and slice down to about a quarter of an inch of the radish. Right at the end of the base. We are going to come around and get a part of that part you already cut, come down about a quarter of an inch. It’s starting to fan out. Do this on all four sides of the radish, so it looks like that. These are put into ice water so the ice water helps them to expand out and you get something like this.
For other ideas for the holidays you can visit this website. On this site you will find holiday ideas from A to Z including homemade holiday cards to gift boxes that look like little lumps of coal. There are also different recipes for types of delicious holiday bread as well as elegant ideas for table centerpieces and settings.
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