How to cut the sausage?
When there is a holiday in the house, the hostess tries not only to prepare tasty and extraordinary dishes, but also to arrange the original table. If there is no time for all sorts of delights, sausage slicing can save the day and turn the usual feast into a bright meal. How beautiful to cut the sausage, we will describe below.
Regular cutting can turn into original
To make a plate with sausage look neat, try to cut the meat product into thin slices. Spreading platter, make sure that the edges of the pieces do not protrude too much for an imaginary circle. If you have enough sausage, lay out the pieces like a fan, with a protrusion of 1 cm. Then the plate will turn out uniform.
A good idea to put the sausage in the form of fish or butterfly. Such beauty can be offered for the children's table. Sometimes from sausage slices roll roses. It is easy to do. It is important that the pieces are thin and not broken.
An interesting way of cutting is offered in some restaurants. It will require quite wide chunks.Each piece is rolled into a roll. Inside you can wrap a small cucumber or part thereof. Sometimes these tubules are tied with green onions so that they do not unfold.
How to cut the sausage, if you do not have time to wrap it in rolls? Sometimes each slice is folded in half, laying out so that the fold is visible. But the edges were hiding behind a new folded piece. Top cut can be sprinkled with dry paprika or black pepper. This will give the dish a smoky shade.
What sausage is designed for the holiday table
Some believe that for a celebration, you need to buy only smoked sausage. However, boiled or smoked - well suited. If there are several types of sausages on the same plate (preferably 3-4), then the picture will be variegated.
In general, bright accents on the table will not hurt. You can decorate the cutting of olives, lettuce or pickled vegetables and mushrooms. Original and quite acceptable to decorate the grapes or lemon slices. Such a plate will appeal to guests and will look exquisite.