Grating Parmigiano-Reggiano for Spaghetti Squash Casserole

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How to grate the Parmigiano Reggiano for making spaghetti squash casserole; learn more about homemade casserole recipes in this free cooking video.

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Hi, I'm Lori Schneider with Figs Catering in Austin, Texas. On behalf of Expert Village, today we are going to show you how to make a baked spaghetti squash casserole with sun dried tomatoes. So I love the flavor of fresh Parmesan with spaghetti squash. It just works really, really well. The nuttiness of the Parmesan Cheese. So I've got some Parmesan Reggiano, a block here and in my opinion, it is the best Parmesan you can find out there. I like to buy in blocks and just use as I need it. So we are going to do about a half cup of Parmesan Reggiano. I am doing it on my micro plane because I like the nice and fluffy shreds that it makes. It blends really well and it tastes really good. Just a great product all around. Alright, if you don't have a micro plane, you can also do this on a grater. I'll do a little bit more. Maybe a little closer to about four cups of Parmesan. You can never have enough Parmesan. Perfect! I am going to go ahead and place my Parmesan cheese into my cream and egg mixture. I am going to go ahead and whisk it all together. Parmesan Reggiano is a little bit different than just say any Parmesan that you buy at the grocery store. It is a little bit more pricier ranging anywhere between about $16 to $20 a pound but it is from a specific region in Italy, the Reggiano region and that is why it is a little bit more. But it is made in a specific way that it has a different flavor that cannot be mimicked anywhere else. So if you get a chance, try some of that Reggiano Parmesan.


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