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Fruit Platter
Rainbow on a plate! Try this elegant and gorgeous platter and make it the star for your next dinner party.
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Recipe - SUPA IGA Georges Hall
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Fruit Platter
Prep Time10 Minutes
Servings4
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Ingredients
½ watermelon
1 mango
1 punnet strawberries, some halved
1 punnet blueberries
1 punnet raspberries
1 punnet blackberries
1 nectarine, cut into segments
1 peach, cut into segments
mint leaves for garnish
Directions
  1. Place the watermelon half flat side down on a chopping board. Using a sharp knife, slice around the watermelon skin and rind down to the pink flesh. To make different shapes, cut the watermelon into half. With the first half, cut into 1-2cm slices and using a star shaped cookie cutter, stamp out the stars from the watermelon. With the second half of the watermelon, use a melon baller to make balls and with any remaining slices, cut into triangles.
  2. Cut mango on both sides of the seed so you have 2 cheeks from each mango. Score the cheeks with a knife to make squares or criss cross making sure the knife doesn’t go all the way down through the skin. Turn the cheeks out with your thumbs to make hedgehogs.
  3. Arrange fruit on a large round board or platter, starting with the mango hedgehogs, peach and nectarine slices then watermelon.
  4. Fill the gaps with the berries, and garnish with the mint leaves.
10 minutes
Prep Time
0 minutes
Cook Time
4
Servings

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Makes 4 servings
½ watermelon
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Red Seedless Watermelon Whole, 6 Kilogram
$18.00 avg/ea$3.00/kg
1 mango
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Keitt Mango, 1 Each
$3.00
1 punnet strawberries, some halved
Not Available
1 punnet blueberries
Not Available
1 punnet raspberries
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Raspberries Punnet, 1 Each
$8.00
1 punnet blackberries
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Blackberries Punnet 125 grams, 1 Each
Better than 1/2 Price
$3.90 was $8.00
1 nectarine, cut into segments
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White Nectarines, 170 Gram
Better than 1/2 Price
$1.34 avg/ea was $4.25 avg/ea$7.90/kg
1 peach, cut into segments
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White Peaches, 210 Gram
20% Off
$1.66 avg/ea was $2.08 avg/ea$7.90/kg
mint leaves for garnish
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Mint, 1 Each
$3.00

Directions

  1. Place the watermelon half flat side down on a chopping board. Using a sharp knife, slice around the watermelon skin and rind down to the pink flesh. To make different shapes, cut the watermelon into half. With the first half, cut into 1-2cm slices and using a star shaped cookie cutter, stamp out the stars from the watermelon. With the second half of the watermelon, use a melon baller to make balls and with any remaining slices, cut into triangles.
  2. Cut mango on both sides of the seed so you have 2 cheeks from each mango. Score the cheeks with a knife to make squares or criss cross making sure the knife doesn’t go all the way down through the skin. Turn the cheeks out with your thumbs to make hedgehogs.
  3. Arrange fruit on a large round board or platter, starting with the mango hedgehogs, peach and nectarine slices then watermelon.
  4. Fill the gaps with the berries, and garnish with the mint leaves.