Make Taco Shells Out Of Cheese Using A Rolling Pin And Water Glasses

Make Taco Shells Out Of Cheese Using A Rolling Pin And Water Glasses

You have probably figured out by now that I love cheese. I want as much cheese involved in my life as possible. So these taco shells made of cheese really speak to me.

Now. I know that this is by no means an “authentic” taco, but I actually don’t care at all. A shell of crispy cheese wrapped around meat is pure dream fuel and I am going to eat it. (And yes, I realise this if just a big ‘ol piece of frico.)

To make this glorious vessel, you will need two water glasses, a thin-ish rolling pin and some Parmesan. Shred the cheese into piles and flatten into 13cm circles on a baking sheet lined with a silicone baking sheet or baking paper. (One cup of cheese is enough for two shells.) Bake at 190C for about eight minutes until the edges are golden and the centres are fully melted. Drape the circles of wonder across a skinny rolling pin suspended by two glasses to form the shell. Fill with the delicious mixture Julie makes in the above video, or fill it whatever your beautiful heart desires. You are only limited by your dreams.

Cheese Tacos [Tatstemade]

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