Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Sesame Parmesan Sprinkle

Recently I went to the doctor/specialist who was concerned that I should be drinking milk for the calcium intake. I tried to explain that I eat lots of seeds and nuts but she refused to listen. She probably didn't know that half a cup of sesame seeds contains three times the amount of calcium that is in whole dairy milk, but now you know.

Anywho, this sesame sprinkle is a pretty good substitute for parmesan cheese. I found it on the Vegfamily website.

Sesame Parmesan Sprinkle

1/2 cup sesame seeds toasted and cooled
2 tablespoons savoury yeast flakes
1/4 teaspoon salt

Coarsely grind all the ingredients in a blender and store in a covered jar. I keep it in my kitchen pantry and it doesn't go 'off' but you can always keep it in the fridge if you desire.

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