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Photo Flower from Orange

How to Make a Rose from Orange Peel

      To make a rose garnish from orange peel is an easy technique, doesn’t need any artistic skills and also, practical use of the peel. Like example, if we peel an apple for a kid, we can make a flower and garnish our platter with apple. Or can be a project for a child to impress grandparents or parents. It will be a very attractive plate!

Garnish Rose from Orange Peel (Apple)

Garnish Rose from Orange Peel (Tangerine)

     When we are cooking for guests and anyway need to peel tomato for sauce or cucumber for a salad, we can use the skin to make a rose to garnishing vegetable platter.

Garnish Rose from Orange Peel (Tomato)

  On the photo, I used pickles in my tuna salad and garnish with the flower from a pickle my sandwiches.

Garnish Rose from Orange Peel (Pickle)

   Lemon is the best garnish for seafood dishes. From lemon peel always rose comes out very beautiful.

Garnish Shrimp from Lemon Peel Photo

   Garnishing with a flower from peel fruits or some berries is so beautiful addition to desserts, fruits salad or just simple cottage cheese with yogurt breakfast.

Garnish Rose from Orange Peel (Apricot)

  The technique to make a rose garnish from orange peel is simple but like every technique has some details.

Rose from Orange Peel. (Plum)

 One of my favorite flowers is the flower from the radish. It so beautiful because of contrast of colors.

Photo Flower from radish peel

Technique:

  1. Create base of flower and start peeling.

2. The flower will be more beautiful if you peel is continuous. Try to peel not a straight line, move knife little and the flower will be more natural looks.

Flower for Garnish from Orange

3. Roll up the peel. Our flower is ready to decorate fruits platter!

Flower for Garnish from Orange
Flower for Garnish from Orange
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