Posts Tagged by parmesan cheese

Parmesan & Green Onion Cornbread Crisps

Want to wow your company next time you serve spaghetti? Then make up a batch of these crispy crunchy Parmesan & Green Onion Cornbread Crisps! Who says you must only serve traditional bread when you can have these instead?

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Sesame Parmesan Squash Crackers

Sesame Parmesan Squash Crackers

It’s here!  Squash season… the start of that time of year when squash seems to be coming at us from every which way. I planted squash seeds in the spring, but just for squash blossom cook’n and eat’n. If you have never eaten them but love squash… oh lordy!  I’ll come back soon with some recipes and “how tos” on that, but today, enjoy these nearly carbless goodies!  

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Sesame Parmesan Squash Crackers

A fun side for summer soup and yummy snack for low carbers! Soooo addicting.  

Course: Side Dish, Snack
Servings: 8
Author: Wendy Perry
Ingredients
  • 4 cups grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 1/2 cups grated and drained* squash (yellow or zucchini)
  • 1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375.

  2. Combine cheese and drained squash. Mix together with fingers. Line baking pan with parchment paper. Pinch tablespoon amounts of mixture and place onto baking pan about 2 inches apart to allow for spreading as they cook. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seed herbs of choice.

  3. Cook for about 8-9 minutes, until bubbly and lightly browned. Let sit in pan a couple of minutes, then remove to cake cooling rack with spatula to finish cooling about 20 minutes. Store for a few days in covered container, if they last that long!  

Recipe Notes

Squash prep:  Line colander with paper towels. As you grate each squash, put onto paper towels and top with another layer of paper towels and repeat till all done. Make sure you remove as much water/moisture from squash as possible.  If too much moisture remains, your crackers won’t crack!