Yesterday I made myself a fried tuna sandwich. As I stood there, looking at the hot pan with residual heat, I glanced over at my container of "parmesan" cheese, and before I knew it I had a small pile of it in the pan. I thought of a clip on good eats where Alton had taken piles of real parmesan and toasted them in the oven to make chips. Needless to say, cheap powder "cheese" does not act the same. It toasted, but did not retain it's shape. Nevertheless, the smell was wonderful, cheesy and toasty, and made a wonderful topping for my sandwich.
On a whim I toasted up some (cheapie powdered) more parmesan, to share. At first as it heated up, it took on that characteristic wonky orange colour before toasting prettily. Last night I used it with some sharp cheddar in some macaroni and cheese, and it was rather tasty
Now it sits, in the fridge, in an old pesto jar, awaiting it's next application. What would you do with toasted "parmesan"? I'm thinking of making some around christmas to give out.
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