Monday, 9 May 2011

Simple Lemon and Orange Garnishes- Create n Carve~ Fruit and Vegetables


Lemon garnish , simple yet pretty to look at.

Cut a lemon into 4 wedges , using a sharp knife  remove the centre part from each wedge.Your garnish is ready.



Orange Garnish perfect for garnishing cocktails.

1.Score a line in the orange flesh   from top to bottom of orange  using a V shaped knife.Repeat scoring 8 lines around the orange.
2. Slice 5mm rounds from the orange to form a flower shape Use it to garnish cocktails or salads.


For video instructions  click here


If you want to try carving these check out the instructions here.
Carving and making garnishes from fruit and vegetable is a simple and  enjoyable hobby, it requires no special tools just a simple sharp paring knife and a video tutorial telling you how to do it.If you wish to have a go checkout the simple instructions here.

Submitting to:
Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable event  by simply.food hosted By Harika's Kitchen

You can buy carving books and tools by clicking on there amazon links.

















17 comments:

  1. Wonderfully prepared garnishing. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. The carvings look very beautiful.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  3. Lovely!! Thanks for sharing..

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  4. Cute and attractive cravings..

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  5. Beautiful carvings... Thanks for stopping by dear...
    U have got a lovely space... Happy to follow u...

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  6. I remember when I was little and eating in restaurants with the prettiest garnish, except they wouldn't let me eat it as apparently it wasn't fresh! Now I can make my own, and eat them too :)

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  7. Wow! This is such a superb idea to embellish the drinks...loved it! :)

    Anjali
    Spice n Sugar Tales

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  8. simple details like this will make a gr8 presentation... and these carvings are easy to do..thanks for ur tip...

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  9. simple yet sweet - Love the wheels :) Awesome dear!

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