3 cheesy recipes perfect for a festive season treat
Caciocavallo literally translates to “horse (cavallo) cheese (cacio)” or “cheese on horseback”. The name derives from the Italian tradition of tying cheese forms together in pairs and hanging them over a wooden board to dry-age. After aging, caciocavallo takes on a salty flavour and is great when enjoyed with a full-bodied wine, grated on top of your favourite dishes or sliced and pan fried to enhance the flavours. That’s Amore Cheese range of award-winning Italian-style cheeses are proudly free of preservatives and artificial colours and made using only the best-quality farm-fresh milk sourced in Victoria.