curd cheese


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curd cheese

n. Chiefly British
Cottage cheese.

curd cheese

n
(Cookery) a mild white cheese made from skimmed milk curds, smoother and fattier than cottage cheese
Translations

curd cheese

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curd cheese

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Typically served as a main dish, it's made from grated and riced potatoes and stuffed with ground meat or dry curd cheese or mushrooms, and often served with sour cream sauce and bacon bits or pork rinds.
Granular curd cheese with cream (120-160g mug) 800 6.
Collectively we determined that a beer-forward cheese needs a washed curd cheese."
Mozzarella cheese is known as curd cheese that can be sliced for use in food products.
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We'd make pans of aligot, that ambrosial blend of mashed potato, garlic and fresh curd cheese, which becomes superelastic and fluffy as clouds all at the same time - beautiful with a steak or tasty local sausages.
"Conversely, in the case of cheese and curd cheese, a significant increase was posted (from 8.1 kg to 13.9 kg) and we exceeded the recommended amount.
Carina Contini of Contini Restaurants in Edinburgh starts with spinach and curd cheese drop scones with a Scotch bonnet chilli dressing, followed by fennel sea bass with sauteed courgettes, spinach and garlic and rounded off with a delicious kitchen garden summer pudding.
Curd cheese is one of the most commercialized and consumed foods even though it is homemade and the absence of microbiological contamination cannot be ensured; however, it has social and economic relevance, especially for small-sized farms [4].
In the present study, the case of curd cheese production in rural parts of Pernambuco serves to illustrate that efforts to achieve GI registration should not be conceived only as a way to protect a culture threatened with disappearance in the face of market globalization, but rather as a way to strengthen or emphasize certain forms of production.
"Somewhere in this catalogue of disgust and attraction was the nasal sing-song of the blind Romany who used to stand with his creased face and matted black hair in the town marketplace every Monday of the late 1980s, amidst the masses that stank of sweat and fresh curd cheese."