How to Make The Best Charcuterie And Cheese Platter For The Holidays
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How To Make A Charcuterie And Cheese Platter

This charcuterie and cheese board is super delicious and perfect for any special occasion.
Course Appetizer, Cheese, dinner
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings 4
Author Blondelish


2.5 oz. / 70g per person Cheese mix:

    Semi-Hard/Hard Cheeses:

    • Aged Cheddar or Gouda, Gruy√®re, Pecorino Romano, Parmesan, Manchego, Abondance, Hard goat cheese

    Soft Cheeses:

    • Brie, Camembert, Herb coated goat cheese

    Blue Cheeses:

    • Stilton, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Danish Blue, Devon Blue

    Cured Meats:

    • Prosciutto, Bresaola, Jamon Iberico, Chorizo, Saucisson, Pancetta, Soppressata

    Deli meats:

    • ham turkey, roast beef, or chicken


    • 2-3 varieties of crackers: plain, whole grain, oatmeal, sesame, cheese crackers
    • Fresh fruits: apples, pear, figs, berries

    Dried fruits:

    • apricots, dates, figs, apples, cranberries

    2-3 types of nuts:

    • walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashew, pistachio


    • cornichons, baby carrots, radishes, cauliflower


    • green, black, kalamata, stuffed olives

    Chutneys, mustards, jams or preserves:

    • Mango, pear, apple, plum, green


    • First, arrange the cheese around the board.
    • Then add in the cured meats. 
    • Next, arrange the accompaniments filling all the empty spaces on your board.
      Dig in and enjoy!


    Please read the tips and tricks in the article before making this charcuterie and cheese platter.