Monday, January 25, 2010

Baked Parmesan



have you ever had baked parmesan chips with a salad? WOAH......

i made these tonight and topped my spaghetti with them. yummo....move over rachael ray!

So I thought I would share the simple recipe of making them!! heres what you need.

parchment paper, cookie sheet, parmesan cheese, garlic powder

sprinkle parmesan cheese onto a parchment paper covered pan. sprinkle garlic powder over. bake 350 for 5-10mn or until browning. remove and let cool completely to break into pieces.

thats it....and let me tell you these little buggers are addicting.

9 comments:

Heidi said...

Yummy!!! I love those on a salad!

Jamie said...

That sounds simple enough that I could make them! I'll have to try it! Yum!

"Dove" said...

Oh wow, those sound amazing. What's not to love about baked cheese? I just printed a recipe for spaghetti soup and plan to make a pot tomorrow. I think I'll try some of these for a "gourmet" topper.

(Because my four kids really appreciate a good nod to gourmet. ha ha.)

Just found your blog and really enjoy seeing your quilts!

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Oh my but that sounds just delicious! And so easy? I'll have to make it and see!

MGM

Barb said...

I will have to try that...

Poppyprint said...

Yum! Ok, here's an idea to take it one step further next time....if you put the cheese in little mounds (apart from each other), then they will melt down into flat rounds. Quickly, when they come out of the oven, lift the rounds with a spatula and drape them over a wooden rolling pin, where they will cool in a curve. Serve any kind of appie-type antipasto in the parmesan curl!! Rock star!

Pat said...

I always enjoy coming here and seeing that beautiful quilt. I just love the black with the green. The Parmesan chip with salad sounds delicious and mouth watering for sure. I will have to give it a try. I enjoy your blog and your quilts. thank you.

Che Birba said...

Hi, I'm Laura from Italy! I have a blog and I'd wrote a post where is cited also your blog:

http://chebirba.blogspot.com/2010/01/i-blog-delle-mamme-dallestero.html

I'd like to invite you to visite my italian blog (on the column on righ there is the link for transalte my blog in numerous languages), bye bye Laura!

Amy said...

Oh my goodness...I need to try those!