Fresh cheese, also known as queso fresco in Spanish-speaking areas, is a beloved dairy product with a wide range of culinary applications and a lengthy history. This soft, crumbly cheese is well-known for its benefits to a variety of dishes as well as its ease of use and versatility. Let’s explore the components, advantages, and culinary uses of fresh cheese (queso fresco).


Rennet (a coagulant), salt, and occasionally a small amount of acid, such as lemon juice or vinegar, are the only basic ingredients needed to make queso fresco. After the milk is curdled, the resulting curds are drained and shaped into the desired shape, which is frequently a rectangular block or a round, flat wheel.Its simple and uncomplicated nature is highlighted by its short ingredient list.

Weight 0.36 kg

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