Thursday, July 12, 2018

tetilla -

Tetilla is a cone-shaped Spanish cheese with an upward curve and is made using pasteurized cow's milk. This cheese comes from the Galician region in northwestern Spain.

Milk used to make this cheese is milk from Rubia Gallega cattle and Frisona cows. The milk is acidified using natural or artificial rennet. The curd is then pressed and salted to add flavor.

The ripening time of the cheese is at least one week and can last up to several months. The taste of fresh Tetilla cheese is like a lemon flavor and there is a little green grass taste. This cheese is traditionally consumed along with bread and wine. Because it can melt well then Tetilla cheese is suitable for roasting even for frying.