Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

How to make a diamond in a potato.

Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

There are certain situations in which the way food looks is actually more important than how it tastes. I know!! Some people may have a hard time believing this, but it’s true.


Food styling is the art of arranging food so that it looks tasty and fresh. This is important in a number of situations, particularly when the food is being photographed. For instance, the pictures of food that you see in cook books, magazines, advertisements, and menus have been styled.

Professional food stylists have several tricks up their sleeves to make it appear as delicious as possible. Here I am showing a trick how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

Cut the potato into a cube shape.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

Make a slit on the side in an angle, but not so deep.

Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

Here I am showing the depth of the cut with a piece of plastic board.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

Do it evenly towards the other side from the same cut.

Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

Do the same evenly towards all the four sides. Repeat the process to all the four sides of the cube.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.

Your diamond is ready!!!!

 Step by step illustration, how to make a diamond in a potato.



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