Grated Parmesan



Our Alberta Cheese grated parmesan comes in a 2.27kg bag. So it’s pretty easy to store frozen. No time for grating? Well, in fact, this cheese is already grated. As a result we help you take the work out of preparing your meals. And we offer the best flavor and quality possible.

Alberta Cheese grated parmesan crackers
Alberta Cheese grated parmesan crackers – see below for easy recipe

Parmesan cheese comes from Parma in Italy. It’s named after that region. This dry, sharp aged cheese is world famous and very popular. Legend says it was developed as far back as the middle ages. Today, making Parmigiana Reggiano cheese takes 18% of Italy’s milk production. The name Parmigiana Reggiano is protected by trade laws. But, outside of the European Union, cheese made in the style of Parmgiana Reggiano can use the name Parmesan.

The strong flavor of Parmesan cheese makes it very versatile. That’s why it is one of the world’s most popular cheeses. It tops tomato sauces in pasta and meat dishes, risottos and soups, artisan pizzas, grated over salads, or for rich cream sauces.

Why choose Alberta Cheese grated parmesan?

Topping dishes with real grated parmesan adds taste and elegance to your meal. But what if you just don’t have the time to grate cheese yourself? Let our 2.27 kg bag of grated parmesan make it easy for you to finish your meal in style!

Which cheese pairs well with Alberta Cheese grated parmesan? Well, they all do, but in baked dishes, mozzarella is a good contrast to the sharpness of parmesan. Click here to visit our mozzarella…

Interested in recipes that make use of parmesan cheese? Check out this mouth-watering Garlicky Mac’n Cheese. It uses mozzarella and parmesan cheese.

Did you know… parmesan cheese is rich in glutamate. That’s what gives parmesan it’s umami quality. (This means savoriness). You see, this is a cheese that can be used instead of salt to enhance other flavors. That’s instead of using it for it’s cheesiness.

How to make parmesan cheese crackers

Delicious. Salty. Easy. Great homemade substitute for chips that hits all the salt and crunch buttons!

  1. Preheat oven to 450F.
  2. On parchment paper-lined cookie sheet, place parmesan cheese in 2″ piles, about 1″ apart. Add a pinch of herbs like oregano, or pepper if you like.
  3. Bake 3-5 mins; watch carefully. When they turn gold, take them out. Allow to cool. To shape into rounded baskets for serving tapenade etc, drape over a bottle.