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Parmesan cheese bowls are the perfect serving vessel for anything from salads to pasta. The cheese becomes the perfect crispy, salty vessel for your next meal. And don’t worry, I will give you step by step instructions on how to make them.

Edible Parmesan Cheese Bowls

Edible cheese bowls are an amazing elegant way to step up your dinner party game. Try these Parmesan cheese bowls the next time you are throwing a dinner party or event. 

My clients request these all the time. I usually make them into mini parmesan cheese bowl caesar salads or use them for an edible pasta bowl for the main course.

These golden brown crunchy parmesan cheese bowls add the perfect texture and glamor to your dish.

What You Need To Make Parmesan Cheese Bowls:

All you need to make these Parmesan cheese bowls is cheese, a hot non-stick pan, two small bowls, a baking sheet with parchment paper, and a spatula.

That’s all you need to make edible parmesan cheese bowls.

Parmesan Cheese Bowl

How To Make Parmesan Cheese Bowls:

Here are your step by step instructions to make these delicious edible salad bowls.

Start by preheating your non-stick pan over medium heat.

Once the pan is hot, sprinkle the cheese into the pan and form the cheese in an even circle. Make sure you don’t make the cheese too thick or too thin. The cheese should just cover the bottom of the pan.

How To Make Parmesan Cheese Bowls

To make the correct size add enough cheese to make a circle that is 2 inches larger in diameter than your preferred size bowl. The extra 2 inches will account for the sides of the bowl.

For mini bowls make a 3-4 inch diameter circle.

For larger bowls make a 6 inch diameter circle.

Cook until the cheese is melted and golden. This will take about 1 minute but go off of color.

Once the cheese is lightly golden use a spatula to carefully peel the cheese up and flip to the other side.

Flipping the parmesan cheese

Cook for an additional 30 seconds.

Carefully remove the cheese to an inverted bowl and place another bowl on top to help mold.

Use the correct bowl size depending on if you want to make minis or larger size Parmesan bowls.

Let cool completely and transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet until you are ready to serve.

Parmesan Cheese Bowl Mold

These bowls can be a little fragile so just be careful transporting the cooled bowls.

Edible Parmesan Cheese Bowls

What To Serve In The Bowls:

Some of my favorite ways to use these bowls are with these recipes!

These delicious pasta recipes and my favorite salads are the perfect filling idea to these parmesan cheese bowls.

Rigatoni Bolognese With Herby Whipped Ricotta

Pasta Carbonara Recipe From Culinary School

My Favorite Mediterranean Salad

Italian Antipasto Salad

Roasted Butternut Squash Salad with Maple Orange Dressing

Caesar Salad In Parmesan Cheese Bowls

Parmesan Cheese Bowl Recipe:

Parmesan Cheese Bowl
Yield: 6 Large Bowls

How To Make Parmesan Cheese Bowls

Cook Time: 2 minutes
Additional Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes

Parmesan cheese bowls are the perfect serving vessel for anything from salads to pasta. The cheese becomes the perfect crispy, salty vessel for your next meal. 

Ingredients

  • 1 pound shredded parmesan cheese


Instructions

    1. Start by preheating a small nonstick pan over medium low heat.
    2. Once the pan is hot, sprinkle the cheese in an even layer in the shape of a circle.
    3. Make the circle the diameter you would like your bowl. For mini bowls make a 3-4 inch diameter circle. For larger bowls make a 6 inch diameter circle.
    4. Cook the cheese for about 1 minute or until slightly golden.
    5. Using a spatula peel the cheese up carefully and flip to the other side.
    6. Cook for an additional 30 seconds.
    7. Transfer the cheese to an inverted bowl and place another bowl on top to help mold. Use the correct bowl size depending on if you want to make minis or larger size Parmesan bowls.
    8. Let cool and careful transfer to a sheet tray until you are ready to serve. These bowls can be a little fragile so just be careful.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 314Total Fat: 21gSaturated Fat: 13gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 54mgSodium: 1282mgCarbohydrates: 3gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 29g

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