“Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese
“Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese is a typical Tuscan soft cheese, obtained from first choice whole sheep's milk, subjected to a short maturing process and vacuum packed. It is characterized by a sweet and light flavor, as well as a very fresh and delicate scent.
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“Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese.
“Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese is a typical Tuscan cheese characterized by a soft texture, a yellowish white color and a very thin light crust. Its typical sweet and delicate flavor is unmistakable and makes this type of cheese one of the most loved and used in Italian cuisine.
The maturing process of the “Primo Sale” Pecorino Cheese lasts about a month and takes place in very ventilated environments, which maintain a constant temperature with humidity equal to 10 or 15 degrees. The individual forms are turned daily so that the dough remains very soft, and they are also washed with water and salt.
The “Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese can be easily used in various types of gastronomic preparations. In fact, it is a very tasty sauce for pasta, it can also be used as a filling for dishes subject to leavening, such as pizzas and focaccia, or eaten raw for aperitifs, savory snacks, main courses and side dishes.
A tasty, tasty and easy to prepare dish is Grilled “Primo Sale” Pecorino. To make this dish you will need chilli, garlic, pickled gherkins, “Il Campo” extra virgin olive oil, four slices of “Primo Sale” Pecorino Cheese and Tuscan Salami.
Cut four slices of “Primo Sale” leaving their round shape intact and place them in the freezer for a quarter of an hour, so that they remain intact during cooking. In the meantime, remove the seeds from the chilli and chop the pulp together with the peeled garlic, then add the oil to this mix, stir and leave to rest for about ten minutes. At this point, wash the gherkins and cut them into small cubes. Grill the slices of Tuscan “Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese on a plate or in a grill pan for a couple of minutes and on both sides. Before serving, place two thin slices of Tuscan Salami on each of them, add a spoonful of diced gherkins to the surface and sprinkle everything with the flavored oil. This dish is perfect to be served as an aperitif or to be eaten as a salty snack in the middle of the morning.
The very soft consistency of “Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese also makes this cheese perfect for adding to the surface of dishes that require cooking in the oven. In fact, if you want to give a very particular flavor to your baked pasta pie, cut a few flakes of the Tuscan pecorino cheese and add them to the surface of the pan a few minutes before cooking is completed.
As a last tip, we suggest you use some cubes of “Primo Sale” Pecorino Cheese also to prepare your most delicious omelettes.
As for the wines that can best enhance the taste of “Primo Sale” Slightly Aged Pecorino Cheese, the best combination is obtained with “Gisso” - Buccelletti, a sparkling rosé.
Size: 300 g. Vacuum packed product.
Features: Sheep milk. White rind almost non-existent. Soft paste with irregular holes. Sweet and light flavor.
Organoleptic characteristics: Seasoning: about 10 days. Format: bowl.
Ingredients: Pasteurized sheep's milk, salt, rennet, ferments. Surface treated with preservatives E 200, E 235. Inedible rind.
How to store: Store in the fridge between 0° C - +4° C.
Average expiry: 120 days.
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