Juustoleipä or leipäjuusto is also known as “bread cheese.” This cheese originated in the area of Ostrobothnia in Northern Finland at least 200 years ago. It is a Finnish cheese characterized by the sound it makes against the teeth when one bites into its firm and chewy body.
Leipäjuusto can be eaten warm or cold, and is served in a number of ways
The traditional way is to serve it as slices, as a side dish with coffee.
A few pieces are placed in a cup, with hot coffee poured on. The Swedish name kaffeost ("coffee cheese") refers to this.
In modern Finnish cuisine, diced leipäjuusto is often used as a mild replacement for feta in various salads.
As a dessert, leipäjuusto can be served like Camembert, fried on a pan with butter until it softens, and served with jam, traditionally cloudberry
Storage instructions Freeze / chill the cheese.
Serving instructions: Reheat 30second in oven/ air fryer/ microwave and dice into small cubes, dip into hot coffee. The cheese will not melt it is squeaky & chewy, Its flavour can best be described as mild, slightly sweet & salty.
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