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Fluffybat Sun 03-Jun-18 09:26:35

Some amazing ideas. Thanks so much everyone! Excited to try some new things 😁

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AdaColeman Sat 02-Jun-18 19:13:24

Parmesan biscuits are fab with an apero too! gin

Fatball Sat 02-Jun-18 18:51:07

I always use the Felicity Cloake recipe ^

It’s bloody lovely

<salivates>

AdaColeman Sat 02-Jun-18 18:47:55

Make Chicken Caesar salad the BBC has got a nice recipe. wine

Xiaoxiong Sat 02-Jun-18 18:37:35

Make a proper homemade pasta carbonara. It needs a whole pile of Parmesan (25g per person, which is a lot to grate off a block) and will probably use up your whole bag! This is a good recipe, just sub your grated parmesan for the pecorino as well.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/mar/01/spaghetti-carbonara-recipe-felicity-cloake

Ricekrispie22 Sat 02-Jun-18 13:31:23

Parmesan and chicken is a match made in heaven. www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/5987/parmesan-spring-chicken but surprisingly it works really well as with pork steaks realfood.tesco.com/recipes/parmesan-crusted-pork-steaks-with-rocket-dressing.html
This is a ridiculously easy recipe with very few ingredients for a gorgeous summery courgette and Parmesan tart www.olivemagazine.com/recipes/family/courgette-and-parmesan-tart/ and you can also use it in a quiche or frittata www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/6295/roasted-tomato-basil-and-parmesan-quiche

RoryDrinkUp Sat 02-Jun-18 12:00:09

Any pasta dish, or risotto, or any chicken dish.

Roast broccoli with some garlic and Parmesan is delicious too.

senua Sat 02-Jun-18 11:56:20

It freezes well, so you can have it handy 'in the store cupboard' for whenever you want to Bolognaise-sprinkle.

madvixen Sat 02-Jun-18 11:53:46

Ohhhh definitely try it in Italian chicken. It's one of our family favourites.

https://therecipecritic.com/creamy-tuscan-garlic-chicken/

PurpleDaisies Sat 02-Jun-18 11:49:22

Use it in freshly made pesto.

If anyone is vegetarian, you’ll need to check it’s a veggie version though. Most Parmesan isn’t.

Fluffybat Sat 02-Jun-18 11:47:42

So online shop substituted grated cheddar for grated parmesan.... any idea what to do with it? Any recipes? I've only ever used it sprinkled on Bolognese. Thanks!

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