Posh Deli Platter

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I don't know if it's because there are more parties at this time of year or whether I just look for ways to serve dinner without cooking - but a platter like this, strewn with fresh fruits, ham and nibbles is always a good idea. 

posh deli platter aip paleo party

I don't do well with dairy, and so this board is intentionally dairy-free, although if you don't have similar dietary restraints I've also included some ideas for other things you can add, too. Like peppers? Add some marinated sweet red peppers to the board. Cheese? Add a wedge of that, too, if you tolerate it.

Oh, and don't forget the honey drizzled over at the end. It's what turns this into a standard load of food on a plate to a spread well deserving of the hashtag #foodporn. Sticky, salty, sweet, crunchy, tender... my goodness this is good

By the way, if you like this Italian-themed deli platter, you'll love Ambra Torelli's ecookbook, The AIP Italian Cookbook, packed with recipes including lasagne, pizza and cannoli! Find out more here

Here's how to make your own platter... 

posh deli platter aip paleo party

Posh Deli Platter
Serves 2-3
4 fresh figs, halved or quartered
6 slices of salami (leave out if AIP)
6 slices Parma Ham/Prosciutto
6-8 radishes, washed
handful or two of olives
6-8 fresh strawberries
1-2 tsp runny honey

optional: fresh herbs, marinated artichoke hearts, capers, pickles, white kimchi, raspberries, blueberries, cherries, sliced red onion

Arrange everything on a serving tray, plate or platter or wooden board. Just before serving, drizzle with the honey.

Have you seen my ebook SPICE? It contains over 90 recipes that are all AIP-compliant and paleo and will encourage you to use herbs and spices in new and exciting ways. Check it out here. 

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