Lajta refers to a Hungarian, semi-soft cheese of rectangular shape made from cow's milk. Lajta has a moist, orange, washed rind that covers the interior containing numerous small irregular holes. It ripens in four to six weeks and has a 50\% fat content.

Related Articles

Somlói Galuska ■■■
Somlói Galuska refers to Hungary's rich and treasured dessert. Served in a bowl, cubes of spongy cake . . . Read More
Grilled Sardines ■■■
Grilled Sardines in the food context refer to a popular dish made by cooking sardines over an open flame . . . Read More
Tieton Cherry ■■■
Tieton Cherry refers to a sweet variety of cherry. It is extraordinarily large in size, with excellent . . . Read More
Chelan (Cherry) ■■■
Chelan (Cherry) : Chelan refers to the leading variety of early-ripening sweet cherry of the Pacific . . . Read More
Operation at top500.de■■■
In the industrial and manufacturing context, an operation is a specific process or activity that is carried . . . Read More
Percussion at top500.de■■■
A percussion instrument is a musical instrument that is sounded by being struck or scraped by a beater . . . Read More
Kemiri Nut / Kemiri ■■■
Kemiri Nut / Kemiri (Aeurites triloba) is also called candlenutand is characterized as an oily nut with . . . Read More
Ají Colorado ■■■
Ají Colorado (Capsicum baccatum) refers to shiny orange/red peppers growing to 8 centimeters long, conical . . . Read More
Hakarl ■■■
Hakarl refers to an Icelandic dish that consists of cured or putrefied shark meat that has been buried . . . Read More
Debrecener ■■
Debrecener also known as Debreceni Kolbasz refers to Hungarian pork sausage that is heavily spiced with . . . Read More