IT'S the season of gluttony and excess, but there is always room for the cheese board.
One lady has been creative with hers, making a "cheese snowman" as a holiday appetizer.
It was certainly a showstopper but it was so easy to make and super cute too.
Even better for harrassed kitchen cooks this holiday season, there was no baking involved.
This can be whipped together in no time at all and you only need three ingredients.
The idea comes from Vinisha (@vinishalalchand), whose TikTok is populated with lots of similar inspired ideas.
“Make an easy holiday appetizer with me. Cheese Snowman,” she began.
“This was so easy and looks so cute," she said of her completed snowman.
It will be the centerpiece that will get people talking and snacking away too: "It will impress your guests," she said.
Her three ingredients were mostly cheesy, but she had a jar of cranberry sauce on the side as the perfect accompaniment to this side dish.
Most read in Food
Matthew Perry’s cause of death revealed after toxicology report completed
BBC axes legendary sports show after 50 years on screens
PIERS HITS BACK
Harry wouldn’t know truth if it slapped him around his face, fumes Piers
‘FATHER OF SHOW’
Emmerdale actor who starred as Zak Dingle for almost 3 decades dead at 77
First, she grabbed two packets of delicious garlicky Boursin cheese, and placed them onto a plate.
She left one whole, to create the body, and then used half of the other for the snowman's head.
Each individual piece was then wrapped in cling wrap to make this next stage easier to handle.
She rolled each piece into a ball – the head and the body – then, cling wrap removed, these were rolled around a plate of grated cheese.
Vinisha used parmesan, but any grated cheese will do she said.
She then added detail using black peppercorns, and sprigs of rosemary and cranberries decorated the plate.
Cheesy snowman was ready to delight guests, and almost too good to eat.
Commenters loved her idea. “Super cute," was the view of one person and repeated by several others.
Source: Read Full Article