Good morning cheese lovers! We have chosen our five favourite soft cheeses for you to go out and plan your cheesy weekend. No more scratching your head in the deli aisle, wondering which cheeses will wow your friends.
The original Camembert was created by Marie Harel from raw milk in Normandy, France in 1791. The interior of Camembert is smooth and runny and has a white bloomy rind. The flavour is rich, buttery and creamy. One of the best ways to have Camembert is baked and topped with a drizzle of honey and pistachios.
The best known French cheese, also known as the “Queen of Cheeses” is Brie. It has a beautiful buttery and runny texture with a fruity, nutty tang. To fully enjoy the taste, Brie must be served at room temperature. Pair brie with… blueberry jam and your favourite Kurrajong Kitchen lavosh. We know what you’re thinking but give it a go and thank us later.
Mozzarella is the most consumed cheese around the world. It’s an easy-to-make-at-home cheese and has a springy, supple texture with a milky taste. Mozzarella needs to be stretched and kneaded, just like pizza dough, which the cheese is a perfect topping for!
Ricotta is a popular ingredient in many Italian dishes from pastas and salads to desserts. and is a great sauce thickener. It has a creamy texture with a sweet taste. Our favourite… ricotta baked cheesecake.
It is thought that Blue cheese was invented by accident when a drunken cheese maker left behind a half-eaten loaf of bread in moist cheese caves. Blue cheeses can range from creamy and mild to hard and pungent. Pair it with… quince paste to offset the intense flavour.
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