Country of origin: Nicaragua
Quesillo cheese is produced in Nicaragua country. Quesillo is a Nicaraguan dish. The name Quesillo means the little cheese. An unripend fresh cheese which is not being pressed while preparing. It looks ivory white in colour and with close texture. The coliform bacteria’s are used in preparing the cheese because of which some holes are produced in it and the taste is somewhat acidic and salty. Generally it is in half moon, rectangle and cylindrical in shape. Lots of dishes from other cultured people come with the same name but except the name nothing else is common with Quesillo. Best when served with salad of cabbage and Chile sauce.