Does national identity influence food or it is the other way around? Let’s discover the non-existent history and obscure heritage of the Parmesan chips.
As I currently have some time, I was looking on the web the other day. In search of new, exciting thoughts, inspirational recipes that I’ve never used before, to amaze my family with. Looking for a while yet couldn’t come across lots of interesting things. Just before I wanted to give up on it, I ran across this delightful and simple treat simply by accident over Suncakemom. The dessert looked so delightful on its photos, that called for rapid action.
It was easy to imagine the way it’s made, its taste and how much my hubby will probably like it. Mind you, it is quite simple to impress him in terms of desserts. Anyway, I visited the blog and simply used the detailed instuctions that were accompanied by great snap shots of the operation. It really makes life rather easy. I could suppose it is a slight inconvenience to take snap shots in the middle of baking in the kitchen because you normally have sticky hands and so i pretty appreciate the hard work she devote to make this post .
That being said I am empowered presenting my own dishes in a similar fashion. Many thanks for the concept.
I was tweaking the main recipe to make it for the taste of my loved ones. I have to say that it was an incredible outcome. They enjoyed the flavour, the overall look and enjoyed getting a delicacy such as this during a lively workweek. They ultimately wanted more, many more. So the next time I am not going to commit the same mistake. I’m gonna twin the quantity to keep them delighted.
This parmesan crisps recipe is from SunCakeMom.
Grate the cheese.
Place parchment paper on a baking tray.
Portion the cheese out.
Sprinkle optional herbs and spices on top according to taste.
Put them into a 400°F / 200°C oven until they melt completely for about 10 -15 minutes. Some like to wait until golden brown spots start to appear on them.