Saturday, July 7, 2018

sirene -

Sirene  are fresh cheese from a Bulgarian country made with raw cow's milk and raw milk. This cheese has a soft texture and is sold in salt water.

Sirene cheese is a version of the Feta cheese made in Bulgaria. Sirene cheese was originally made with goat's milk, but commonly used milk today is cow's milk and sheep's milk or a combination of both. This cheese is generally produced in the form of a beam and the texture is a little rough.

Cheese Sirene  can be used in making salad and also can be baked. In addition, Sirene  cheese is also used to make a traditional Bulgarian cuisine called shopska salata and use ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, pepper, and cucumber.