Recipe: Fruit brochette with coriander

The 20 appetizers lunch
March 18, 2010

CorianderCoriander looks similar to parsley, but has lemon overtones. Its fresh leaves are used as well as the powdered seeds, in many indian, middle-eastern and mexican recipes.

You can call them skewers, brochette or banderillas: fresh and colourful ingredients in a skewer or toothpick, served as an appetizer.

This is the second recipe from the 20 appetizers lunch.

Fruit brochette with coriander

Fruit brochette with coriander

Makes 8 brochettes:
1 small apple
4 orange segments
100g brie or camembert
8 sprigs of coriander

Peel, core and quarter the apple, then cut each quarter into half.
Cut the orange segments into half.
Cut the brie or camembert into 8 cubes.
Put each ingredient in a toothpick, as shown in the picture.

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Author: Yasmeen (URL)

Those look so fun to eat and that hint of fresh coriander must be so relishing.thanks for wonderful entry :D

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