[Food Deco] D.I.Y. Edible Roses deco.. ^.^

9:45 PM

Hey foodies and lovelies. I'm back with my special story about D.I.Y. thingy and hope that it will made your day as my presentation it's not very nice.. ^^"".

First of all, I need to thanks to Facebook as I saw a video (but I don't really recall who post it ^^"") about edible roses deco. Once Food Ink repost another video that is almost similar, I decided to made it out (hope you guys don't mind of not-really-perfect presentation ^^"")

Do you want to have something like this?
(So sorry for not really nice presentation and do ignore the veges as my cousie say more beautiful if fully deco ^^""")

Well, the steps to made these are not hard (do have a look at this video tutorial by Food Ink ^^), just in case you need more time to think what fruit roses you wanna made. For me, I try to made kiwi rose. ^.^''

Step 1: Prepare the fruit of your choice
(Eg: strawberry, mango, avocado, even cucumber is not bad ^.^)
Steep 2: Cut into half of the fruit..  
(like obviously.. =.=)
Step 3: Cut the fruit slices
(not too thin or too thick slices as it's a lil hard to shape the deco >.<)
Step 4: Arrange them like this and roll it up slowly and...
Step 5: ... you will get the final look after roll everything up vertically
(did I give correct direction? =.=''')

So.. yeah. That's the mini sharing that I had done (personally ^^''). Do check out a tutorial video by Food Ink to have more idea what I'm trying to share here ^^"". If you guys have done this before, do share with me how to have better presentation at comment box below. ^^

My cousie do say that why not we make it more creative to make like a dish? ^.^
Bonus: By adding some vege as deco, yogurt as sauce and mualah..
Your Personalized Rose Dish is served.. Muahahahaha.. xD
Hope my sharing is not too boring and do made your day. For any collaboration or queries (or even personal chat), do drop me email to queenbiifoodie@gmail.com yo. Till next sharing and Foodilicious ^3^

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26 comments

  1. I always see these tutorials on videos but I never bothered to try them out! So nice that you did it haha it looks great!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. Hope this sharing do made your day and sorry for not really perfect presentation. 😅

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  2. Nice dear!! Probably should try this as well...hahhaha

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    1. Thanks babe. Hope you don't mind the not really good presentation that I've done... 😅

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  3. that is a really pretty presentation, am inspired to try it out.... and i liked your page already.... hehhe

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    1. Thanks for the compliment and support dear... 😄

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  4. wow your cutting skill is amazing!! :D i wanna try that too

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    1. 😅 it's not really professional cutting la but thanks for the compliment.. hope this sharing may made your day...😊

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  5. Hi. Its so nice to see yr great food artwork...that has impressed me! 😊 keep it up!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. 😊 will survey more and share bout this food artworks then. 😄

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  6. Hi. Its so nice to see yr great food artwork...that has impressed me! 😊 keep it up!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. 😊 will survey more and share bout this food artworks then. 😄

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  7. Wow... So creative. Will try it out too to impress my hubby later. Ha ha ha...

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  8. Im impressed the way you created this roses deco by using Kiwi slices! The slices must be accurate as well right, you are really talented!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. I'm still in learning process anyway as I do fail few times while doing this rose 😅. You can try other fruits like mango, strawberry even cucumber to made this edible rose other than just using kiwi ☺

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  9. That is really pretty! Such steady hands you have to cut them so thinly and equally!

    Much Love,
    Everest
    www.everestsays.com

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. I try to cut not too thin as the slices will keep falling and if cut too thick, it's hard ti shape it as rose... 😅

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  10. wowww! You made it with kiwi! Impressive!Spotted the yogurt is calcium is it? haha :D Done followed you! Follow mine too! Thank you! :))

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    1. Thank you and returned the follow as I will follow you.. 😄

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  11. nice and creative way to present kiwi! looks so special la. <3

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    1. 😶 thanks for the compliment. Hope this sharing do made your day... ☺

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  12. wow, you have a great hand ! Even have a video to follow , i won't cut into such beautiful rose ~

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. Hope you don't mind the presentation as the rose is not that perfect yet. 😅

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  13. Love the work that you did with this, what a beautiful rose. You have such patience - wish I had that too :)

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. Hope my sharing do made your day ^.^

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