Cheese types

The manufacture of cheese dates back for more than 4000 years, as it is believed that it was discovered when someone stored milk in a bag made of sheep's stomach and remained exposed to the sun then it was noted that a natural separation into two layers happened, named: whey and curd that results in cheese formation.

Types of cheese

Halloumi cheese (Arabic: الحلوم)

Grilled Halloumi cheese

Halloumi cheese is made from goat's milk, and it is famous in the Levant, especially in Syria.

It is used in salads as slices or in preparing healthy foods as it does not contain fats or high calories.

Parmesan cheese (Arabic: البارميزان)

Parmesan cheese is well-known in Italy, it is made from cow's milk and rich in calcium, vitamins, proteins, and minerals.

Used in pasta recipes and pastries.

Roquefort cheese (Arabic:الريكفورد)

Roquefort cheese is characterized by its color that tends to green, it is also called blue cheese, and it is made from sheep's milk.

Try it with pasta and cheese mixture.

Mozzarella cheese (Arabic: الموتزاريلا)

This type of cheese is made in Italy, the word “mozzare” in Italian means cut, and there are many types of mozzarella cheese made from cow's or buffalo milk, pasteurized or unpasteurized.

It is used in recipes that you need to sprinkle cheese on the top of the dish like pizza or pasta.

Cheddar cheese (Arabic: الشيدر)

Cheddar cheese is not recommended for people who suffer from obesity, because it contains large amounts of fat.

Gouda cheese (Arabic: الجودة)

Gouda cheese is a type of Dutch yellow cheese and it is made from cow's milk.

Gouda cheese is characterized by its delicious taste, it is named after a city in the Netherlands named Gouda.

Because of the ease of melting of this type of yellow cheese, we advise you to present it to your children in the form of slices melted inside the type of bread they prefer; but it is not used only on the sandwich!

What do you think about grating and spreading it on lasagna or pizza instead of mozzarella? Yummy...

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