Chef Jason Hill demonstrates how to make parmesan tuiles. Perfect for food garnishing, this parmesan tuile recipe comes together
in a snap.
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How to Make Parmesan Tuiles
Hi, I’m Chef Jason Hill and this is a Parmesan tuile. These are great garnishes for fresh pasta dishes over salads or even top on a fillet mignon. Now let me show you how easy these are to make.
Okay to make Parmesan tuiles, you’ll need fresh grated Parmesan. I need three tablespoons per tuile and a teaspoon of fresh chopped parsley or your favorite herb, and little sheet pan with some parchment paper and a ring mold if you have one, if you don’t, you can design a circle without one.
Alright, all we’re going to do now is just mix the cheese and the parsley together and we just drop it right into the middle of the mold here. I like to use flat leaf parsley. It has more of a stronger flavor but if you can’t find Italian flat leaf, you can always use the regular curly parsley. And this is going to go into a 350, preheated oven for about 10 to 12 minutes.
After removing from the oven, let it cool for about 10 minutes. I hope you enjoy this quick tip on how to make a quick and easy garnish. Thanks for tuning in.