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Presentation Tips

lf you adore experimenting in the kitchen and please your guests with toothsome dishes, then here are certain presentation tips that will please your guests’ eyes too.

1) Balance the Plate:

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Don’t overload the serving platter with food. Don’t even make it look like seemingly empty.

2) Keep Sauces Separately:

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Overdoing the dish with sauces might spoil the taste and even the look of it. Thus, it is advised to keep the sauces separately with dishes.

3) Maintain the Uniformity:

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If you are serving a dessert or any dish that has pieces in it, then make sure to maintain a uniform size for all the pieces.

4) The Three C Rules:

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Create Color Contrast on the plate with vibrant color edibles to bewitch your guests.

5) Experiment with Color and Texture:

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Texture and color are the life and soul of any dish. Playing with them leads to amazing results. For instance, serving merely tomato soup and cheese sandwich with a green leafy salad could do the magic of captivating the attention.

6) The Clock Arrangement:

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If you are serving rice, pasta or bread, then keep them at “11 o’clock” position from diner’s point of view, vegetables at “2 o’clock” and protein food such as fish, egg, beans, etc. at “6 o’clock” position.

7) Keep Heights at the Back:

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Try to create a focal point on your plate. This does not mean you need to put something in the center. It can be achieved by varying heights of the food. Remember to keep food with a height at the back of the plate. All in all, don’t place food on the plate in such a way that your guests have to de-construct the food before eating it.

8) Choose the plates wisely:

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Serve in plates that are large enough to make your presentation look amazing and not in extra large or extra small plates that ruin your presentation efforts.

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