Deck the halls with… gluten-free platters
Artisan bakers Venerdi Breads has come up with these four delicious gluten-free platters (listed below), starting with bread as the foundation and building the platter from there.
More than 13.9 million Australians eat bread each week, spending an average of $8.20 each, and bread as a foundation for festive platters reflects the growing popularity of artisanal breads.
An industry report by research firm IBISWorld shows that even though white bread still accounts for 26.7 per cent of bread and baked goods sold in Australia, more consumers are switching to artisanal varieties, which accounts for 14.7 per cent of the bread and bakery items we buy – and that’s predicted to rise even further over the next 12 months.
Venerdi Crafted Seed & Sour Platter
As an unsliced loaf, Venerdi Crafted Seed & Sour gives you complete freedom to enjoy it however you wish. For crackers/crostini slice the loaf extra thin and toast well.
– Activated nuts
– Dairy free cheeses
– Sundried tomatoes
Gluten Freedom Hemp & Rosemary Sourdough Buns Platter
– Cherry tomatoes
– Dairy free cheese
– Caramelised onion chutney
Gluten Freedom Sweet Potato Sourdough
– Hot smoked salmon
– Homemade basil pesto
– Dairy free cream cheese
– Sliced cucumber
– Fresh berries (raspberries, strawberries)
Gluten Freedom Broken Black Rice & Polenta Sourdough
– Sliced pear
– Fresh figs
– Homemade basil pesto
– Cured meats (salami, prosciutto)
– Dried apricots
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