By Redneck Epicurean on December 27, 2005
Photo by mums the word
Photo by mums the word
"This came from my Southern Living magazine in an article about homemade food gifts for the holidays. I think nothing says love better than something homemade. It means you took time and thought into making someone a gift. Their suggestions for use are to toss with pasta, veggies, or popcorn, sprinkle over salads, mix with butter and baste hot baked bread with it, or use it in flour for breading chicken."
Serving Size: 1 (243 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I love this recipe. I made it to put in my Xmas baskets and it was marvelous. I put the mix into glass parmesan shakers from the dollar store. It looked really nice and was budget friendly."
"This mix will send your tastebuds to singin'. It should be a staple on everyone's refregerator shelf. Use it if even it's just sprinkled on pasta tossed with olive oil. I think it's become my new favorite recipe!"
"I used this in a dipping sauce for toasted French bread. Delicious!"
"Amy! We really liked this mix. I used it in Recipe #155369. The bread was outstanding. DH told me it was the best bread ever. :) I can't wait to use this for a breading on chicken and I just may sprinkle some on popcorn next time I pop some. Another outstanding recipe Amy! :)"
"Very nice mix! Teenagers love it on buttered pasta of any kind! I know I'll be using it for the next batch of garlic bread and many, many other things. Wonderful!"
"Made this in less than 5 minutes. I've only mixed it with cream cheese so far to taste it. It is great. I can't wait to use it on meat. I doubled the recipe; I usually do that since it is as easy to make double as a single recipe, and judging from the other reviews I knew it would be good. Leanne"
"I made this for ZWT III. The Italian Parmesan Herb Mix is a wonderful and very versatile recipe. I have used it on garlic bread, pasta, and have even sprinkled some on soup. I definitely want to keep this on hand at all times."
"Fablulous! Can't wait to try it in many different ways on my food! Thank u for sharing; will have this handy for flavoring!"
"Leave it to Amy to post a recipe that is this good. I used it on garlic bread last night and my family all asked what was different as they were gobbling it down. This will make great gifts and I look forward to using the recipe for years to come."
"I can't wait to use this~! It looks and smells wonderful, can only IMPROVE whatever it's sprinkled on, I'll bet. How about spaghetti & meatballs? Made for *ZWT 3 May 2007*"
"Wonderful mix for garlic bread. I did a roast tonight and wanted to do something other than plain old biscuits. This of course fit the bill. Eveyone loved it. Thank you Amy, always in our thoughts. ((Hugs))"
"Why didn't I think of this!? Great! Used it for garlic bread!"
"Sweet Amy up above This is great! I wish I thought about it before I put it together. It would look nice layered for gift giving!"
"Excellent - I made a smaller quantity than stated, as I did not have enough Parmesan! We had it sprinkled on pasta for supper tonight - and I will make the full amount next time - a simple yet very savoury and tasty recipe. We loved the overtones of garlic in this.....excellent for pasta, and also for baked breads and dipping oils as well. FT:-)"
"I made this for a friend of mine and she loved it! She uses it on everything from spaghetti to a sprinkle or two on salad. Thanks!"
"Great herb mix to add to my ever growing homemade herb and spice collection. This was so good with pasta, looking to try it on some of my loaf type appetizers. I can almost taste it basted on freshly baked bread! Thank you."
"Hi Redneck! We really enjoyed your Italian Parmesan Herb Mix. I mixed it with butter and broiled it on Wonderful White Bread by Pan Nan. It made for a superb side to our Tortellini Bolognese by Christmas Carol. I did add a few grinds of black pepper to the mix. Thanks for posting. Roxygirl"
"Fantastic, quick and easy enough for the brain dead (me)! Tonight we're snacking on Better-than-storebought Mozzarella Sticks with Simple Marinara Sauce and this lovely parmesan mix sprinkled on top. Thank you, Redneck Epicurean, for this winner!"