Taylor St Cheese Sprinkle
Old Taylor Street Cheese Sprinkle
Old Taylor Street Cheese Sprinkle is named for a Chicago neighborhood with a long history of Italian campanilismo, or sense of place. It remains today in the many fine Italian delicatessens, bakeries, and pizzerias which flourish there. Known as Brady Street Cheese Sprinkle in our original Milwaukee Spice House location.
We honor the neighborhood with this rich Romano cheese-garlic blend. It makes the best garlic bread we know of (just sprinkle on buttered bread and bake). Use this blend of spices for breading chicken, steaks, cutlets, chops or shrimp. It's also great for zucchini, eggplant or mozzarella.
For potato dressing, or vegetable dip mix, add 2 teaspoons spices per cup of sour cream.
For Sicilian-style breading, mix 2 tablespoons spices into 1 cup of plain breadcrumbs. Rub a bit of vegetable oil into the meat to help the crumbs stick better.
Use Old Taylor Street Cheese Sprinkle on popcorn for a nice diversion from salt. Be bold and sprinkle some on your English muffin for breakfast. This blend is great for garlic-loving souls.
Gently hand-mixed from: Romano cheese powder, salt, garlic powder, scallions, powdered green peppercorns, Italian parsley, basil.
Serving Size: 1 tsp Percent Sodium: 7.23% Milligrams Sodium per teaspoon: 159.12 Percent Daily Value of Sodium per teaspoon: 6.63%