Tips for cooking with Irish Farmhouse Cheese

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Tips for cooking with Irish Farmhouse Cheese

NEVER OVERHEAT YOUR CHEESE

Cheeses will fare better in dishes that require long and slow cooking. Hard cheeses particularly tend to seize up and become tough if they are exposed to too high a temperature.

ADD THE CHEESE AS LATE AS POSSIBLE

in the cooking process. This will help preserve the delicate flavours.

IF YOU ARE GRATING CHEESE LEAVE IT AS LATE AS POSSIBLE

Once you grate a cheese it will begin to lose its flavour. Grate your cheese cold and it will
grate more easily.

BE CAREFUL WHEN SEASONING CHEESE DISHES

Most cheeses contain added salt.

IF YOU ARE USING FRESH CHEESE IN GRILLING OR BAKING

Goats and ewes milk cheeses work best as they are naturally homogenised and do not curdle as easily as cows milk cheeses.