For grilling or melting: on a pizza, toast, vegetables, mushrooms, potatoes, fish, meat…
- Put a layer of grated cheese between potato slices, add a dash of cream on top and bake in the oven.
- Make some mashed potato, mix in some wild mushrooms, put some cheese on top and grill.
- Stuff some mushrooms or tomatoes with grated cheese and microwave for 3 minutes.
- Cut some puff pastry dough into sticks, coat with egg and put grated cheese on top. Bake in the oven.
For adding to creamed vegetables and soups:
- Make your creamed vegetables tastier by adding a tablespoon of grated cheese just before serving.
- Add a little to a noodle soup.
- Put some on a piece of toast and cook au gratin with an onion soup.
- Put a tablespoon of grated cheese on baking paper and melt in the microwave for a few seconds. Leave to cool and you’ll have some crispy cheese to put on a salad.
For pasta and rice dishes:
- Add just before serving your pasta and rice dishes to enhance their flavour and texture.
- Put on pasta and cook au gratin.
- Make some scrambled eggs with garlic and parsley and add a little grated cheese before serving.
- Mix grated cheese in with a beaten egg and make an omelette.
- Add to your croquettes, potato balls or quiche Lorraine creams.
Its format enables it to be added to a large variety of mainly savoury dishes. Once you have opened the pack, you can freeze it if you’re not going to use it right away. With the heat of the food, it’ll thaw in no time at all!al moment!