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How to Serve Orange Fancy Ways

The best way to peel orange fancy way is separate the orange peel from fruit with a spoon. So we can serve fruit without cuts. Tangerine is very similar fruit and we can serve fancy way as a flower too. If you serve for a crowd, we can’t peel all oranges or tangerines this way. However, we can make a few flowers and decorate a fruit platter.

On the bottom page, you can find cute tangerine garnish for a fruit platter. I saw it on Pinterest and like so much!

Tip.

*Use a knife with some mark on a blade as a guide to control deepness of cut. I like to use handmade garnish tool from canned food lid also to make design cuts on an orange. How to make handmade garnish tool

1. How to Serve Orange as a Flower

Photo How to serve orange like a flower Photo

This way is so good solution to serve oranges and tangerines for a party. Orange is almost peeled and in same time look like flowers. It is a great decoration to any fruit platter. For large plates and a lot of fruits, we can make just a few flowers to brighten up the table.

Photo Fancy Serving Orange. Fruit Platter. Photo

We need:

  1. Orange
  2. Knife
  3. Spoon
  4. Kitchen scissors
Tools to Make garnish from Orange. Photo
  1. Cut petals on top where is fruit attached to tree. We can cut with handmade garnish tool or with a knife.
How to make flower from orange. Photo Step 1

2. Make cuts from top to bottom. Leave  2″ from bottom.

How to make flower from orange. Photo Step 2

3. Use spoon to separate orange skin from fruit.

How to make flower from Orange. Step 3 Photo

4. Cut bottom so orange stay stable on a plate.

How to make flower from Orange. Photo Step 4

5. Fold the petals of the flower and the orange flower is ready to serve.

How to make flower from Orange Step 5 Photo

We can make same way flower from tangerine too.

Fancy Serving Tangerine. Photo

Flower from Tangerine

2. Another Way to Serve Orange

Orange Fancy Serving. Photo

This technique to peel orange is best to serve individually for kids or someone special in your life. The fruit is ready to eat and don’t need additional peeling like in previous technique.

  1. Separate orange in the middle with design cut.

Orange garnish. Photo

2. Separate skin from fruit with a spoon.

How to peel orange. Photo

3. Turn an orange skin like on the photo and if you feel resistance, separate peel with a spoon more. This way we peel an orange without damage a fruit.

Best way to peel orange. Photo

3. Next step depends on how you like to serve orange. To make the base of the holder, the best way to use scissors.

How to Garnish Orange Photo

We can serve as a dessert or a snack orange with other fruits and berries. A very useful technique to serve orange for kids!

How to peel orange and fancy serve. Photo

3. How to Make an Orange Peel Flower

How to serve orange fancy way with flower. Photo.

Another very easy way to serve an orange is cut in slices. I decorated center with a flower from the peel and garnish with mint greens.

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4. How to Make Rose Flower from Orange

Orange Garnish Ideas. Photo

We can cut the orange into wedges and garnish with the beautiful rose from orange. I garnish orange plate with blueberries and mint greens.

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Video Orange Garnish Ideas. How to Peel and Serve Oranges Fancy Way

So cute and so easy tangerine snail garnish for a fruit platter. The best all droving on food to make with edible marker. It cost $4.00 (I bought at Hobby Lobby) but safe way to use around kids food.

How to Make Tangerine Snail Garnish

I cut sides off and removed with a spoon. The snail head and tail I cut with cooking scissors. Eyes and mouth drove with edible marker.

*The best all droving on food to make with edible marker. It cost $4.00 for 2 (I bought at Hobby Lobby) but safe way to use around food for kids. Just in case, someone tries a taste, you never know with kids.

So cute tangerine snails garnish!

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