baked cheese in ramekins

Baked Cheese in Ramekins — An Irresistible Appetizer


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How to make Quick and Easy Baked Cheese in Ramekins in 2020

Wine Pairing​

Historically speaking, there are a bunch of misconceptions about the creation of Parmesan. One thing is for sure is that it comes from the Italian province of Parma.

Monks in the Parma region were the first group to make the distinctive hard cheese during the Middle Ages. By the Renaissance period, people in the nobility were producing this fine cheese as well.

The perfect Parmigiano Reggiano is aged for about 18 to 24 months. Time and cheese go together quite well. Additional aging permits full development of the cheese’s flavor potential.

If you’re looking to spice up this recipe you can add croutons, potatoes, and pasta to this baked cheese recipe. Additional herbs will make this dish sing. Parsley, rosemary, summer savory and oregano would all be great to this cheese recipe. You can just eat this appetizer with just a spoon, some crackers or even sliced green apple. 

Cheese and sparkling wines are always the perfect pair. Here are the sparkling wines you can try with this recipe for a great dining experience.

  • Metodo Classico
  • Champagne
  • Cava
  • Prosecco
    White Petillant Naturel

Sparkling wine cocktails are also great with this recipe you can try our Spicy Raspberry Champagne Cocktail or Champagne Punch, that are easy thirst quenchers. 

Do you want a more personalized wine recommendation? Use Winosity’s wine recommendation engine and wine journal app to find a wine that suits you.

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