The Basics: Parmesan

The Basics. Parmesan Cheese By Rebecca Gordon Editor In Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques. Southern Hostess Game Day Entertaining Modern Southern Socials RebeccaGordon ButtermilkLIpstick Southern Entertaining TV Cooking Personality Pastry Chef Birmingham Alabama How To Shave Parmesan Cheese Lasagna Bolognese Manicotti SpaghettiCooking Essentials 

The Technique


Parmesan cheese is a hard cheese with a distinctive taste that generally refers to styles made outside of four distinctive Italian regions. Those cheeses made within these areas– Bologna, Parma, Modena & Mantua– is marked as Parmigiano Reggiano & is meant to preserve the quality of this traditional Italian icon. Parmesan is a cows milk cheese known for it’s sharp, pungent flavor that offers exceptional taste notes when even a small amount is used. Sprinkle it over salads or add it to layers of Italian classics such as Lasagna Bolognese. Just a little stirred into the filling used to prepare Four Cheese Manicotti With Basil Marinara makes the dish truly shine. Learn how to shred Parmesan cheese correctly that may be added to a variety of your favorite recipes.

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How To Shred Parmesan Cheese

The main point to know is that the powdery, version of this cheese generally sold in canisters or tubs should be avoided at all costs. It ruins the taste & texture of foods. Shredding Parmesan cheese is a quick kitchen task with the proper tool. Top it over recipes just before serving or make a batch of Parmesan Canapé Shells for filling with all sorts of delicious ingredients ideal for entertaining. Learn the technique.

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Position a microplane grater over a wooden cutting board & hold it at a 45 degree angle. Swipe the cheese over the surface to collect the amount needed for the recipe. The feathery cheese will meld well with dishes once heated & melts quickly providing a smooth, bold texture & taste.

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