Processed Cheese refers to soft smooth mild-flavoured cheeses that are often flavoured with other ingredients.

These cheeses comes plain or enriched with nuts, ham, garlic, and herbs or spices. They are made from one or more pressed cheeses, to which milk, butter or cream are added.

Food Pairing: These cheeses are perfect for canapes, place
the cheese into a pastry bag and pipe onto endive leaves, form rosettes on crackers, fill up little choux pastry puffs, with chopped chives and ham

These cheeses can be paired with French wines like, Light whites or reds, Beaujolais, Costieres de Nimes, Coteaux du Languedoc, Saumur-Champigny and most especially with beers

Examples of these cheeses are:
Processed cheeses with pepper, nuts, herbs and spices and spreadable cheese found in most supermarkets

See also:
"Processed cheese" is in the UNSPSC Code "50131802"
Processed cheese

List of books: Processed,cheese

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