Thursday, July 12, 2018

majorero -

Majorero is a cheese from the Spanish Canary Islands produced using pasteurized pasteurized milk. The shape of the Majorero cheese is a cylinder with a diameter ranging from 15 to 35 centimeters while weighing between 1 and 6 kilograms.

This cheese skin is usually added with Gofio (rough cornstarch) or paprika powder so it has a white or red color. Traditionally, the top and bottom of Majorero cheese that has been crafted is carved with palm tree leaves.

The milk used to make Majorero cheese is milk of Majorera goat. This cheese is often served with boiled potatoes and mojo sauce or as a dessert along with guava.