Kefalotyri refers to a tangy hard cheese from Greece that is made from sheep and goat's milk. Kefalotyri has a tangy flavor and a sharp aroma that is somewhat similar to Italian Pecorino, and has a pale, golden yellow color. Saltier and harder than Kasseri cheese, Kefalotyri is generally served grated over cooked dishes. If not available, Kefalotyri can be subsituted by Parmesan or Romano cheese

Related Articles

Romano ■■■■■■■■■
Romano refer to hard cheeses which are generally made from cow, goat or sheep's milk. Romano which have . . . Read More
Kashkaval ■■■■■■■■
Kashkaval refers to a Bulgarian sheep's milk cheese, which is sold either as a semi-firm cheese, with . . . Read More
Kahvalti ■■■■■■
Kahvalti is the Turkish word for "Breakfast". Kahvalti has originated from two (2) words: "kahve alti” . . . Read More
Anejo cheese ■■■■■■
Anejo cheese refers to an "aged" white Mexican cheese with a dry, crumbly texture and a salty flavor. . . . Read More
Punsch ■■■■■
Punsch refers to a Swedish sweet, yellow alcoholic drink. Punsch also refers to Danish strong liqueur . . . Read More
Kasseri ■■■■■
Kasseri refers to Greece's hard, scalded-curd, mild and white ewes' milk cheese similar to Provolone. . . . Read More
Sussex Slipcote ■■■■■
Sussex Slipcote refers to a traditional mild, soft cheese with a light, fresh creamy and very soft fluffy . . . Read More
Liquid butter ■■■■■
Liquid butter refers to one of Mongolia's dairy products. Liquid butter can be made from the milk of . . . Read More
Yellow butter ■■■■■
Yellow butter refers to one of Mongolia's dairy products. Yellow butter is made from White butter . Either . . . Read More
Mamaliga ■■■■■
Mamaliga is one of the common foods in rural parts of Romania which is prepared from corn, and then they . . . Read More