Parmesan biscuits

parmesan biscuits

Last time I blogged some sweet biscuits , today I’ve decided to share with you these savoury ones. They are ideal to serve with an aperitif, or as a starter together with olives, ham, artichokes, etc. That’s exactly how I served them tonight, when I had a girlie night at my house. I had never made them before but they were really easy to bake AND they looked professional. I decided to have a go as I absolutely ADORE parmesan cheese. If you want to make me happy come to my house bearing a chunk of it. I have always loved this beautiful, strong cheese.  It is, without doubt, the king of all cheeses! I used to drive my poor mother crazy by stealing huge slices of it when I was living at home.


100 gr. plain flour

100 gr. butter

50 gr. grated parmesan (plus a few tbspoons extra for the topping)

50 gr. grated cheddar cheese

1 egg yolk

1 beaten egg (for the glaze)


Whiz all ingredients in a food processor until a dough ball is formed. Place in the fridge for at least half an hour.

Roll the dough ball out thinly on a floured surface to the thickness of 3-4 mm. Cut with a scone cutter and place on a buttered baking tray (I use a silicone sheet).

Brush each one with the beaten egg and sprinkle a bit of grated parmesan on the top.

Bake in the oven at 180 degrees for approx. 12 minutes, until golden.

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