Undertaking a few tweaks to my current dietary lifestyle involved getting a bit more creative with the food side of things. I love a good challenge but I also love a great result and I set out seeking a product that would provide me a pleasurable crunch, with a salty, taste and one that would compliment that glass of wine that I so love to indulge in. Treats are something that I reward myself with but this particular Parmesan Crisps Recipe is beyond a treat, it is something that can be eaten each and everyday without guilt and definitely with pleasure. Get ready to send those taste buds to bumping and jiving mode as this Parmesan Crisps Recipe of modest means will be one you will just keep going back to over and over. This is by far one of the easiest recipes I have created and facilitated in my kitchen and I simply can not believe that it has alluded me until now. Are you ready to lavishly live this Parmesan Crisps Recipe as I prepare a decadent snack that is also LCHF?
Parmesan Crisps Recipe
There’s nothing in the fridge except for a nice chunk of grating cheese and a bottle of wine and your friends just decided to come on over, what will the lavish hostess do? Grab that pizza pan, cookie pan, or any pan you have, line it with parchment paper and whip up a batch of Parmesan Crisps. No, you won’t be slaving over the oven for more than a minute or two, but you will be grabbing the Merlot, Cab, or Pint Noir and delighting in the crisps as a pairing option.
Parmesan Crisps Recipe
This is so easy to create and the few minutes that it is in the oven allows you enough time to un-cork the wine, and prep the wine glasses.
My personal suggestion with this snack for pairing are any and all of the following items:
Roma Tomatoes Sliced Very Thin
Bartlett Pear, Ripened and Sliced Thin, Skin On
Table Grapes – Green or Red
Wine – The Drier the better, red or white.
Do pay special attention to the Parmesan Crisps once you place them in the oven as they cook quickly and can burn. You can also mold these as soon as they come out over bowls if you want to serve something in them, like a salad, etc. They are VERY hot, so I caution you, but so formidable to shapes and can make a great addition to any snack tray. Take a look at what the Parmesan Crisps Look like once they come out of the oven.
Enjoy these wonderful snacks paired up or alone, but you won’t have to spend a ton of time in the kitchen preparing them. Key to the success of this Parmesan Crisp is freshly grated HARD Parmesan Cheese, not the stuff in a plastic container. Lavishly live food out loud and test out this delicious Parmesan Crisps Recipe both delicious and LCHF! ~Dana