How to Serve:
- shave thinly and melt in the tongue or cut a chunk and enjoy by itself
- will look pretty on a cheese platter
- add grated in your recipes for a real cheesy treat
- ideal in creamy sauces and dishes
Wine pairing: White wine, red wine from Italy, Champagnes
Cheese platter: dried fruits, pears, figs, apple slices, honey, jams, walnuts, olives, cured cuts or salami
Cheeseboard: Camembert - Grana Padano - Roquefort - Black Jack Cheddar
Grana Padano Potato Croquettes
2 cups mashed potatoes
1 cup breadcrumbs
150 g Grana Padano, grated
2 large eggs
salt & pepper
Mix the mashed potatoes with the egg yolk, the grated Grana Padano, and parsley.
Season with salt and pepper and stir until smooth then shape into croquettes.
Beat one egg in a bowl.
Place breadcrumbs in another bowl.
Dip into the bowl of beaten egg then into the bowl of breadcrumbs.
Place parchment paper on a baking sheet then arrange the croquettes.
Bake at 200 °C until golden brown in color.
Serve hot and enjoy!
Unpasteurized cow's milk, calf rennet, lysozyme, salt.
*Allergen information: contains milk
This distinguished cheese is super abundant in calcium, phosphorous, and zinc. These minerals are essential for the bones and teeth, immunity, growth, and maintenance of the body. Add up the quality protein it contains with a good amount of vitamins and other minerals such as vitamins A and B2, and copper and this is a good healthy choice for your dairy portion intake.
It is also semi-fat cheese containing good unsaturated fats. Not to mention it is carbohydrate-free.
It is also the kind of cheese that is easy to digest due to the milk proteins being broken already by the enzymes during the aging process.
Storage: Best stored in the refrigerator at around 4° C (39° F). Wrap in cotton or hemp cloth or in an aluminum foil. Make sure not to combine with other strong-flavored cheeses in the fridge.
Shelf Life: 1 month