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How do you grind up Parmesan cheese in a Food Processor? Mines been broken long time, just got a new one and don't remember. Drop chunks down while it's running?

asked by nutcakes almost 8 years ago

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RavensFeast
added almost 8 years ago

You could simply use your basic attachments for grating, wide or fine.

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nutcakes
added almost 8 years ago

Oh gosh. found the stem, can't figure out how to attach it to the blade. Now to look for the book...I'm almost out of time.

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nutcakes
added almost 8 years ago

Got it, just noticed the pin.

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added almost 8 years ago

Forget the food processor and go straight to the Microplane grater. You'll have clouds of parmigiano in seconds.

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RavensFeast
added almost 8 years ago

True, true. A snowpocalypse of parmigiano.

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RobertaJ
added almost 8 years ago

Pulse, pulse, pulse. Don't just lean on the "on" button. I get the best results from the "metal" blade, not any of the disks, for Parm/Romano. Fairly small chunks and pulse, pulse, pulse.

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innoabrd
added almost 8 years ago

I like a good, old-fashioned hand grater. Never really liked the micro-plane thing. I want my parmesan to have a bit more oomph than snow....

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