Delight Your Guest With This Edible Cucumber Cups For Cocktail! by Sky Luna - Musely
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Delight Your Guest With This Edible Cucumber Cups For Cocktail!

posted in Food & Drink
11/01/2013
  • What you need 

2-3 English cucumbers
chopping knife
small circle cookie cutters
small pumpkin carving knife or thin paring knife
1/4 tsp & 1/2 tsp (scoop style) measuring spoons
    What you need

    2-3 English cucumbers
    chopping knife
    small circle cookie cutters
    small pumpkin carving knife or thin paring knife
    1/4 tsp & 1/2 tsp (scoop style) measuring spoons
  • 1. Wash your cucumbers.
2. Cut them into sections according to the diagram. *IMPORTANT: try and cut at a 90 degree angle to the edge, so the cups will sit flat on (AKA perpendicular to) the table.

You should end up with approximately two of each style cup per cuke.
    1. Wash your cucumbers.
    2. Cut them into sections according to the diagram. *IMPORTANT: try and cut at a 90 degree angle to the edge, so the cups will sit flat on (AKA perpendicular to) the table.

    You should end up with approximately two of each style cup per cuke.
  • Use small circle cookie cutters to put centered circle impressions on the what will be the tops of your sections.  You'll use these as guides when you cut out the cup cavities. Try to pick a cutter size that leaves at least 1/8" to 3/16" cucumber 'flesh' around the edge for a substantial enough wall
    Use small circle cookie cutters to put centered circle impressions on the what will be the tops of your sections. You'll use these as guides when you cut out the cup cavities. Try to pick a cutter size that leaves at least 1/8" to 3/16" cucumber 'flesh' around the edge for a substantial enough wall
  • Use your tiny pumpkin carving knife or paring knife to cut into the cucumber segments following the circle guides, being careful not to go all the way through! Try to leave a bottom (floor) of at least 1/4".
    Use your tiny pumpkin carving knife or paring knife to cut into the cucumber segments following the circle guides, being careful not to go all the way through! Try to leave a bottom (floor) of at least 1/4".
  • Use the appropriate size measuring spoons to scoop out the flesh. Again, being careful to leave a 1/4" bottom!
    Use the appropriate size measuring spoons to scoop out the flesh. Again, being careful to leave a 1/4" bottom!
  • Once you've finished scooping out all your cups, place them on the tray that you'll be serving the drinks on. 
Once you've finished scooping out all your cups, place them on the tray that you'll be serving the drinks on.
    Once you've finished scooping out all your cups, place them on the tray that you'll be serving the drinks on.
    Once you've finished scooping out all your cups, place them on the tray that you'll be serving the drinks on.
  • Super cute idea, you'll impress your guest for sure! Thanks for viewing, don't forget to like!

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