Try these asiago cheese recipes for meals everyone will love!
Asiago cheese is like Parmesan’s more even-tempered cousin. These cheeses may look similar, but asiago is creamier and sweeter than Parmesan.
Asiago goes great on a pizza or omelets, but there are many ways to jazz up dinner time with these exciting asiago cheese recipes.
Whether used in a party dip, a chicken bake, or soup, these asiago cheese recipes keep dinner full of nutty flavor.
Asiago cheese is incredibly creamy, making it a perfect option for a dip!
This baked asiago cheese dip is perfect for a potluck when you want something easy and impressive.
This recipe is super simple and includes asiago cheese, mozzarella, bacon, garlic, and cream cheese.
To ensure that the cheese is perfectly melted and delicious, serve it immediately after it comes out of the oven.
It pairs well with rich crusty bread or butter crackers.
Quesadillas are simple, but selecting the right cheese makes all the difference.
Asiago is smooth and crumbly with a strong salty flavor, so it’s perfect for quesadillas.
Pairing asiago cheese with pinto beans, chicken, bell pepper, and onion transforms a classic into something more elevated.
The best part about cooking them in an air fryer is that you won’t need any oil.
However, if you want a super crunchy crust, I recommend lightly spraying your shells with cooking oil.
This baked chicken is the perfect option if you’re short on time, but it tastes like you were cooking all day.
The simple cream sauce utilizes a blend of grated asiago cheese and mayonnaise.
If you want to keep it lower in calories, swap out your full-fat mayo for light mayo or even Greek yogurt.
Mix your ingredients into a baking sheet, cook it for 45 minutes, and top it with extra asiago and fresh herbs.
This recipe is creamy, salty, and incredibly satisfying.
The added asiago cheese ensures that your chicken stays tender and moist with an added boost of nuttiness.
Asiago is great, but the bacon cream sauce adds another punch of flavor to this dish.
The heavy ingredients in this recipe won’t feel as rich with just a touch of lemon juice.
Serve it over a bed of rice or with roasted greens.
There’s nothing more perfect on a cold day than broccoli and cheese soup.
This soup blends sharp cheddar with a hearty portion of asiago for a cheesy, salty, and delicious dish.
When making this recipe, opt for a block of asiago instead of shredded. When shredded, this cheese loses a lot of flavors.
If you use pre-shredded cheese, the sharp cheddar overpowers your soup.
For an added punch of asiago, dress your bowl with extra cheese and top it with croutons.
Julia Child’s French onion soup premiered in the 1960s, and there’s a reason it’s still a classic!
It’s sinfully decadent with rich beef broth and sweet onions, baked to perfection.
While many recipes call for Parmesan to top your French bread, asiago is a great substitute!
It adds a bit more creaminess to this hearty soup with a touch of nuttiness.
To take your soup to the next level, skip the pre-packaged beef broth and make your own at home (it makes a big difference).
This satisfying pasta dish is worth checking out if you can’t get enough asiago cheese.
It blends beautifully into the chicken, spinach, and sun-dried tomato dish.
This recipe is great for hot summer days when you want something light yet satisfying.
It comes together in just 40 minutes and adds extra nutrition from spinach and tomatoes.
It wouldn’t be a party if mac and cheese didn’t make an appearance.
Adding asiago cheese into macaroni and cheese elevates it to something savory and delicious.
This simple mac and cheese recipe has a few secret ingredients to make those delightful little noodles sing.
The first, of course, is asiago cheese. Adding 2 cups of asiago cheese makes your noodles creamy with a bit of nuttiness.
The second secret ingredient is cayenne pepper. A pinch of cayenne pepper adds a meaty smoked flavor, sans the meat.
I know what you are thinking. Risotto is notoriously tricky, but that isn’t true!
Sure, risotto requires patience, but it’s worth the extra effort. This decadent risotto comes together in just 40 minutes and tastes fantastic.
This dish calls for asiago, swiss, fontina, and gorgonzola cheese.
If gorgonzola isn’t your jam (I completely understand), simply swap it out for more Swiss or fontina.
The key to perfect risotto is adding your liquid slowly and always stirring!
Pop on a 20-minute podcast and prepare for a 5-star meal that comes right out of your kitchen.
Tortellini, garlic, and asiago, what’s better than that?
This cheesy pasta dish is insanely easy to whip together on a weeknight and showcases asiago cheese.
To save on time, use a bag of pre-made tortellini and cook according to the packaging.
You can also opt for shredded asiago cheese in this recipe to make things easier on yourself.
This recipe is deceptively filling. However, chicken or Italian sausage works well if you want some added protein.
I’ve never met a cheese ball that I didn’t like. This roasted garlic asiago cheese ball is nutty, buttery, and flavorful.
I might love all cheese balls, but this one holds a special place in my heart.
This cheese ball incorporates a massive asiago flavor amplified by toasted pecans, garlic, cream cheese, and fresh parsley.
Once it’s rolled into a delicious ball, coat the outside with toasted pecans and fresh parsley.
Jarred Alfredo sauces work in a pinch, but the flavor is a little meh.
If you’re on the hunt for a killer Alfredo sauce to pair with chicken, sausage, and pasta, look no further!
This sauce has a rich nutty flavor from shredded asiago cheese, cream, and fresh garlic. Without a ton of ingredients, every flavor shines on its own.
It’s simple and incredibly decadent.
There is so much to love about this one-pot pasta dish.
It takes about 20 minutes to come together, it’s packed with nutrition, and it only uses one pot!
It’s also an excellent alternative for those who want a cheesy dinner that’s still light.
Everything in this dish comes together in just one pan. Boil your pasta with your stock of choice, tomatoes, garlic, and onion.
Stir in the cheese and spinach until it’s melty and delicious.
Make soups rejoice with this amazing asiago cheese bread.
You can opt to make the dough from scratch or simply use a fool-proof boxed bread mix.
Stir in your asiago cheese at the beginning of your kneading process to infuse your dough with asiago flavor.
Before you pop it into the oven, coat the top of your cheesy bread with egg whites and sprinkle the remaining cheese on top.
Pair it with your favorite soup, or slice it up for sandwiches.
Pierogies land high on the list in the comfort food hall of fame.
This pierogi recipe is incredibly versatile and surprisingly easy to make.
While the pierogi process is tedious, it’s simple once you master the technique.
These indulgent pierogies use potato as a base and incorporate fontina and parmesan cheese.
Asiago cheese is an excellent choice for a more creamy and nutty flavor profile.
The great thing about pierogies is that you can make a big batch and store them in a freezer bag. They stay fresh for up to 4 months.
A pizza strata is a fancy word for pizza casserole.
This recipe puts everything you love about deluxe pizza (and casseroles) into a satisfying dinner bake.
The base recipe calls for chopped crusty bread, marinara, and cheese. While mozzarella is a classic, asiago adds a punch of salty creaminess.
After you have your staples, it’s time to get creative.
Throw in all of the ingredients you love on a deluxe pizza, including mushrooms, peppers, pepperoni, sausage, and onions.
This savory asiago crab artichoke dip delivers intense creaminess that’s great for any potluck.
If you can preheat an oven and open a few cans, you have all the skills needed for this crowd-pleaser.
The base of this dip uses both asiago and fontina cheese for a rich, nutty flavor profile.
The artichoke pesto and canned crab meat make this dip surprisingly filling.
Serve it on a decorative platter with plenty of crackers.
Dips are great, but they aren’t exactly considered a health food.
This creamy kale and asiago cheese dip scratches that itch without the extra calories. Plus, it’s a great way to sneak in some nutrition.
While the base of this dip uses mayonnaise and cream cheese, you can use healthier options to keep calories low.
Swap out the cream cheese for Neufchatel and the full-fat mayo for light mayo.
The kale in this dip offers a delightful crunch, while the cheese and cream provide a little extra nuttiness.
Kick that canned tomato soup to the curb. This Crockpot soup is super simple, and you likely have all of the ingredients on hand.
Throw fresh and canned tomatoes with spices, cheese, and cream into your Crockpot.
Cook it low and slow all day, around 8 hours, until the soup comes together.
For an intense garlic kick, roast your garlic in the oven before popping it into your Crockpot.
It takes a little extra effort, but it makes a big difference.
Have you grown tired of the classic mozzarella and pepperoni on your pizza?
This unique take is sure to stimulate your tastebuds! The flavors in this pizza are soft and delicate, making it a perfect dinner this summer.
The sweetness from the peaches pairs so well with the saltiness from prosciutto and nuttiness from the asiago.
Be sure always to use fresh peaches when making this recipe. Frozen peaches contain too much water, which makes your pizza soggy.
No one wants a soggy pizza.
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