With Father’s Day approaching I knew that I wanted to do something a little special. One of Rick and my dad’s favorite meals is steak and potatoes. Charcuterie boards are my love language and I’ve seen so many different fun combinations on pinterest when I saw the idea for a steak board! I took it for a little test drive last weekend and not only was it beautiful but delish as well! Here I’m showing you how to make the ultimate steak charcuterie board!
And scroll down to see a few other ideas for Father’s Day dessert and some gift guide ideas.
How To Make the Ultimate Steak Charcuterie Board
You will need:
- a board
- steak (I chose rib eye and NY strip)
- vegetables (I wanted lots of color so I did corn, peppers, onions and asparagus)
- fruit (I made a little salad of peaches, mozzerella, fresh basil and balsamic glaze)
- any condiments (Think chimichurri, balsamic glaze, fig jam, … mmmmm)
How to assemble your board:
This is the fun part because there’s no right or wrong. The key is to pick quality ingredients and let them shine!
1.) Start by laying out your board.
2.) Allow your steaks to rest and then slice and place on the board.
3.) Add your veggies, potatoes and condiments. You can use little ramekins or bowls to keep them contained if you want too!
4.) Place your cheese and sliced breads next.
5.) Fill in any holes or gaps with your nuts and fruit.
The opportunities are literally endless and these are great for entertaining, date night, or when you just want to do something a little special.
For the perfect Father’s Day dessert, check out my Strawberry Cheesecake trifle. This is Rick’s fave!!!
For Father’s Day Gift Ideas check out my Father’s Day Gift Guide
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