Friday, July 8, 2011

SPRING ONION FLOWERS ( Table Decoration)



Things Required:
Spring onions ... 1 bunch ( select big ones)
Apple or Orange ... to use for base
Satay sticks ........ small ones
Foil paper

Method:

1. Cut out the leaves of the spring onions, leaving a 2-3 inch stem intact.



2. With a sharp knife give cuts in criss-cross manner on the bulb as shown in the picture.

3. Leave the onion bulbs in ice cold water in the refrigerator at least for 1 hour. This will make the bulbs open up like a flower. ( you can add ice cubes for better results.)

4. Cut a thin slice off the apple and wrap it with a foil paper.

5. Fix the flowers on the apple to make a small bouquet. This can be placed in the center of the salad plate. Looks decorative in a party.
6. Single flowers can also be used as a garnish with the snacks.

36 comments:

  1. Lovely idea, they look adorable. And cute Crochet table cloth :)

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    1. Thanks Ambreen.. My niece made the crochet doily

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  2. wow those look cute and nice creativity :)

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  3. Wow this is very beautiful!! I have onions in the garden I might try this one. Thanks!

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  4. whoa !!! what a creativity, love the idea !!!

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  5. Beautiful carving with onion, you are an amazing artist.

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  6. Loved them , very nicely done !!

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  7. wonderful idea, they are adorable..

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  8. This is so cute and original! I love it!

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  9. Hey that is a lovely idea that you put through!! Thank you so much!

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  10. mmm...this looks simple n tasty delicious...I love it..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  11. ohh ...my comment is for stir fried bean sprouts..given here..:)

    love ur creativity...wonderful flowers..@
    Tasty Appetite

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