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overhead view of a steak charcuterie board

How to Make a Steak Charcuterie Board

  • Author: Krista
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 6-8
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Mix
  • Cuisine: American


Wow your friends with this epic Steak Charcuterie Board – perfect for entertaining or a date night dinner. 



  • 2 types of steak (filet mignon, new york, ribeye, tomahawk, etc)
  • 1  semi-soft cheese (Smoked Gouda, jarlsberg, blue cheese, Gorgonzola)
  • 1 semi-hard cheese (manchego, provolone, comte)
  • 1 hard cheese (Asiago, Aged Cheddar, Irish Cheddar, Parmesan)
  • 1 cured meat (salami, prosciutto, peppered salami, serrano ham, pancetta)
  • toasted baguettes
  • vegetables (roasted red pepper, grilled mushrooms, olives, artichokes)
  • condiments (stone ground mustard, honey, fig jam, truffle salt, chimichurri sauce)


  1. Grab your Cheese Board. (slate, wooden cheese board, cutting board, plate, etc)
  2. Place your condiments and vegetables on various parts of the board. I like to put them in ramekins.
  3. After your steak has rested to allow time for the juices to redistribute. Slice them and place them in groupings on the board.
  4. Assemble your cheese (cut and uncut) in between the steaks and ramekins
  5. Now, add your bread and/or crackers to the board. Remember it doesn’t have to be perfect or organized.
  6. Unwrap the cured meat and place them in various spots on the board. Sometimes I’ll look at my board and see where it needs a pop of color!
  7. Take the fruit and nuts and fill in any open spots on the board. There is no order to this. Just make the board look super full!

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