The best grazing board STILL: Creative chef shares her incredible BURGER dish – complete with crispy sandwiches, chips and premium pastries dripping in melted cheese
- A creative chef has made a delicious twist on the classic meat plate
- Sandy Coughlin, from Oregon, picked up a grazing bowl full of hamburgers
- The tray is loaded with premium pasties, crispy sandwiches, chips and sliced vegetables
- Pots of sauces such as mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup and sauce are on top
- Almost a kilo of cherries and summer fruit is used as a decorative filling
- Quirky takes over cheeseboards and is the trendout break food of the past 12 months
A chef has made a delicious spin on the classic charcuterie plate and has huge round plates filled with heaps of ingredients to make delicious hamburgers.
Sandy Coughlin, who lives in Oregon on the west coast of the US, is the brain behind the Hesitant entertainer, a blog about nutritional lifestyles that specializes in recipes, hosting tips and unique versions of traditional cheese farmers.
Mrs. Coughlin’s burger plates are loaded with piles of crispy sandwiches and sliced vegetables such as beef tomatoes, iceberg lettuce and red onion.
Oregon chef Sandy Coughlin, who runs the popular lifestyle blog Reluctant Entertainer, created this drooling inducing twist on the classic charcuterie board
ANY INGREDIENT THAT YOU MUST MAKE YOUR OWN CITIZEN GRAZINGBOARD
– Three packs of hamburger buns
– 12 turkey or beef burgers
– Six to 12 slices of cheddar cheese
– One head of iceberg lettuce
– Three large tomatoes, sliced
– A large onion, cut into thin slices
– A kilo of cherries or summer fruit
– Different types of flavors of chips
Source: Hesitant entertainer
Jars of sauces, including mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup and sauce, are scattered across the plate, along with pickle slices for extra taste.
Almost a kilo of cherries and various summer fruits are used to fill the empty space and add vibrant colors to the plateau, while piles of crisps in different flavors add crunch in a sea of soft textures.
The striking feature is a highly piled plate with premium meat patties covered with melted cheddar cheese, which is slightly above the other ingredients.
Mrs. Coughlin describes her burger shelves as the perfect party food for a summer party.
“It’s fun, light, casual – and everyone loves a dinner plate!” she writes on her website.
The burger plates are loaded with piles of crispy sandwiches and sliced vegetables such as beef tomatoes, iceberg lettuce and red onion
Jars of sauces, including mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup and sauce, are spread on the plate, along with pickle slices for extra taste
Apparently enough of tried and tested cheeseboards, quirky versions of traditional meats are the trend of Australia’s breakout food for the past 12 months.
Creative home cooks have tried everything from pancakes and pavlova bowls to fries sharing shelves, which would be an ideal addition to Mrs. Coughlin’s tray.
Stacked with potato snacks in all shapes and sizes, the unconventional creations are the dream of a fries lover, with everything from crinkle-cut chips and sweet potato gems to waffle fries and wedges.
Apparently enough of tried and tested cheeseboards, it takes on quirky traditional charcuterie, such as these drooling fries – Australia’s trend for breakout food for the past 12 months
A selection of sauces, including garlic aioli, tomato, guacamole and sweet chili, can be spread in the middle for dipping.
The perfect party food for home gatherings, the dishes are already popular after people started sharing photos of their boards on Instagram.
“Pinch me, I dream!” a fan said about the trend.
“I still like cheese boards, but a fries board? Yes, “said another.
A woman who passed from one day to the next said that she “could come into serious contact with this” in 2020.