Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Parmesan Cheese Crisp, a Garnish Recipe...

Cheese fried crisp makes a wonder addition to many salads, soups, stew & veggies....So easy to make. Yet, adds a gourmet touch to your presentation! Very Impressive!
You may use several types of cheese for this....just experiment with the cheese you love...

Parmesan Cheese Crisp Recipe
yields 2-3 cheese crisps
1/2 cup of Parmesan, grated
1/8 cup of pecans, finely chopped (you may use walnuts or almonds or ground pistachio's), *optional
garlic pepper or Pine Creek's Ranch Seasoning to taste
Mix well
Olive Oil for frying

In a small frying pan heat the oil.
Place a small amount of the cheese mixture in the hot oil, fry like a pancake on one side then flip and cook other side. **TIP....Spray the Spatula with cooking spray each time you flip the cheese. Then it will NOT stick to your spatula.
Drain on a paper towel.
When cooled, garnish your food item! You may make them a few hours ahead of serving your dish. I place them between paper towels and place in a baggy until I use them.

**These are also good for a snack...we have made cheese chips instead of potato chips for a low carb diet!
Serving Your Garnish with Style....

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