Saturday, July 7, 2018


juustoleipä -

Juustoleipä or Leipäjuusto is a Finnish cheese made with cow's milk or reindeer milk. The name of this cheese means "cheese bread". This is because the technique of making this cheese baked like toast. The curd from the cheese is dried and pressed into a large plate of keyu.

Then the cheese was placed in front of the fire so that the outside is roasted. Juustoleipä cheese is a typical cheese from Finland and Lapland. This cheese is creamy and creamy. The inside of the cheese is smooth while the outside is hard and slightly charred. Juustoleipa cheese is usually served as a dessert along with cream and jam.