Parmesan Potato Puffs for the win! Yes, you heard me right. Potato King did it again. Potato with Parmesan cheese. Absolutely, extremely, amazingly, wonderfully and etc. perfect! It is like eating French fries with cheese. But this time, we are going to mash our potatoes, stir with egg, butter, Parmesan, flour, paprika, onion powder and garlic powder then fry. Easy-to-make recipe? Yes it is. *winks* But before we start mashing, first, take a little time to smell your Parmesan cheese and thank whoever made them. Want to know more about this special ingredient in this special recipe? You start cooking while I tell you.
Parmesan cheese is a “type of hard cheese inspired by Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from Parma, Italy.” Italians are really keen into this, aren't they? From pizzas to pastas. Good job, Italians! Anyway, parmesan cheese is used for pizza, pasta and salad. It can be a seasoning or toppings. They are grated over these delicious desserts and stirred into soups and risottos. Ok, stop thinking about pizzas now. I know you… I mean WE love them. But let’s focus on parmesan cheese and Parmesan Potato Puffs first. We'll order ten boxes of large pizzas later. *winks*
Of course, I cannot end this without mentioning the benefits. Just like fruits and vegetables, Parmesan cheese will never be out of the list of food with health benefits. Parmesan cheese is rich in protein. Protein is essential for bone and muscular health. It is used for body tissue repair and maintenance. Other nutrients such as calcium and vitamin A are found in Parmesan Cheese too. Calcium helps prevent osteoporosis and strengthens teeth. Vitamin A is good for your eyesight, skin, teeth and body tissues. According to Karen Curinga, “2-ounce serving of Parmesan cheese provides 443 international units of vitamin A, which is about 9 percent of the DV.”
Are you done with your Parmesan Potato Puffs? Perfect! Now take a bite and enjoy these healthy benefits!
Now it is time for you to enjoy! The link to the recipe is found on the "Cinnamon-Spice and Everything Nice" website below.