Tomato parmesan powder is easy to make. Once you’ve gotten used to having it on hand, you’ll never want to be without it again.
Use it at the table as a condiment to sprinkle on steamed vegetables, or grilled poultry. Delicious on corn on the cob, and tossed in fresh hot popcorn. Lovely on sliced tomatoes.
Very nice as a garnish on macaroni, potato and tomato salads.
See: How to make tomato powder
Yield: 4 tablespoons / 30 g / 1 oz
Tomato Parmesan Powder
- Combine both well.
- Store in tightly-sealed container in refrigerator.
- Storage life will depend on form of cheese you use.
Double, triple or quadruple batch as desired.
Instead of parmesan cheese, you can try romano, or grana padono. You will want the cheese very finely grated, almost to a fine sawdust-like powder.
We used pre-grated parmesan from Costco (yes, the purists just fainted), as it gives a long storage life of at least several months in the fridge.
If you use cheese that you have just grated yourself, your storage life may vary.
How to Use Dehydrated Tomatoes. UCCE Master Food Preservers of Orange County. Accessed Dec 2017.
Per 1 teaspoon
- 8 calories, 16 mg sodium
- Weight Watchers PointsPlus®: 0 points
- Weight Watchers SmartPoints®: 0 points