Most people are familiar with drink flights– specialty beverage shops often offer them as a way to introduce people to, say, several wine options at once. But did you know that the same concept can be applied to food?
Tasting flights feature a range of closely related items presented in small servings.
These “sampler platters” are a great way to provide novelty, variety, and a whole lot of flavor in just one dish. If you’ve ever enjoyed a charcuterie board, then you’re familiar with the concept!
If you’re reading this, odds are you’re already a pâté lover. So what better way to introduce your family to all the unique flavor profiles and textures of pâté than with a flight?
Here are our tips on how to create an amazing spread that will have everyone asking, “What is this delicious stuff?”
Those are our tips for getting started, and of course, we’d love to see what you do with this concept! Tag us on social media @alexian_pate to share pâté, your way!
A vegetable paté with smooth, luscious
flavors and texture
Our Mushroom Artichoke paté features artichoke hearts nestled in a delightful mushroom mousse that is sandwiched between layers of mixed spinach and broccoli.
The plethora of vegetables offers a healthy snack that can be enjoyed on it’s own or as a flavorful side to salads and vegetable plates.
Made with all natural artichoke hearts, spinach, mushrooms, milk, onion, broccoli, cream and a special blend of spices, this veggie flavor won’t disappoint!
Mushroom Artichoke Paté Serving Suggestions:
– Use cornichons and cherry tomatoes for colorful garnishes that are flavorful accompaniments. Add mixed greens or carrot and celery sticks to round out a quick and delicious vegetable plate.
– Cube and spear with a toothpick for hors d’oeuvres or slice and serve on a plate garnished with mixed green vegetables for an attractive, flavorful appetizer.
– Serve with cubed pieces of cheese, dried fruits and nuts to make a hearty and satisfying afternoon snack.
– Pair it with a light bodied white wine for a luxurious snack or appetizer. Try a Pecorino wine – it produces a lively citrus flavor that goes excellently with the smoothness of the mouse. Dry Riesling wines also make great pairs for this paté and offer a delicious acidity that helps bring out the flavor nuances of the paté.