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Paesanella Buffalo Ricotta

Paesanella Buffalo Ricotta
Photo Credit: Paesanella Cheese Manufacturers
  • Made from pasteurized Buffalo's milk

  • Country of origin: Australia

  • Region: New South Wales

  • Type: fresh soft, whey

  • Fat content: 11.8 g/100g

  • Texture: creamy, flaky and soft

  • Rind: rindless

  • Colour: white

  • Flavour: creamy, salty, sweet

  • Aroma: fresh, milky, sweet

  • Producers: Paesanella Cheese Manufacturers

Buffalo Ricotta is fresh, unripened buffalo's milk cheese produced by Paesanella Cheese Manufacturers in New South Wales, Australia. It is made using traditional Italian Neapolitan way, by adding pasteurised buffalo's milk and salt into a whey. This white coloured cheese is creamier and smoother than cow milk ricotta cheese or cottage cheese. It is solid sweet, creamy in flavour and crumbly, flaky and soft in texture, with no grainy characteristics.
It is used in many Italian dishes such as Manicotti, Cassata, sandwiches.

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