reply to post by silent thunder
In my opinion, no you can never have too much Parmesan Cheese ever.
Now a good recipe with Parmesan Cheese.
Take one package of bow tie pasta - I like the veggie different colored ones, white, dark red, green, orange Wacky Mac Veggie Bows 12 oz package
Take one package of Hillshire Farm Deli Select Smoked ham ultra Thin 97% Fat Free no artificial flavors - 9 oz. Red plastic top container (container
can be reused instead of buying glad containers)
1 big triagle of Parmesan cheese at least 5 oz. (You will have to grate this yourself)
A bunch of fresh spinach
Boil and drain really well, I use a colander and then drain the bow ties on a clean towel, to remove all water.
chop up / cut ham to bite size
wash spinach with cold water and dry on another towel, real well
Mix all together in a really really big bowl (I have a big stainless steel bowl I use) - sometimes I use about 7-9 oz of Parmesan Cheese cause you
cannot put too much parmesan cheese on the things it goes with
Then put into a plastic container with a lid. A big plastic glad container or a big plastic cake container.
Now, you can heat it by the bowl or eat cold.
If you nuke a soup bowl full don't over nuke it. Doesn't need to be real hot or bake. I like it cold in the summer and nuke it slightly till the
cheese is soft in the winter.
Makes a lot - enough for a party but no matter how much I make, it's all gone in a day and a half.
edit on 17-6-2012 by ofhumandescent because: (no reason given)