Squeaky Cheese Curds

Squeaky Cheese Curds

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(Pre-order only, we deliver fresh cheese on the same day it is done)

Squeaky Cheese curds are a fresh variation of cheddar cheese. It is a simple cooked curd cheese that doesn't require waxing or aging. 
have the nickname “squeaky cheese,” because fresh cheese curds make a squeaking noise when consumed. 

Skillful preparation and impeccable freshness are the keys to top-notch squeaky cheese curds. Perfecting the squeak requires that you create a mesh of long, elastic protein strands that will rub against the enamel of your teeth as you bite through one of these mild, fresh-from-the-vat cheddar morsels.

Cheese curds are the squeakiest when they are warm and fresh right out of the cheese vat. Also, the salting process plays a critical role in the squeakiness of the product. For customers searching for that squeak, just warm the curds in the microwave or eat them at room temperature.

How to enjoy it?
Cheese curds are a main ingredient in poutine, which originated in the 1950s in rural Quebec, Canada. It consists of french fries topped with fresh cheese curds, covered with brown gravy and sometimes additional ingredients

Fresh cheese curds are often eaten as a snackfinger food, or an appetizer. They may be served alone, dressed with an additional flavor, or with another food, such as a small smoked sausage or piece of cured pork, with the elements skewered together on a toothpick. Examples of flavorings applied to fresh curds include jalapeño chili peppers, garlic, various herbs, or spice blends such as Cajun seasoning, with garlic and dill on cheddar curds being a popular combination.

Deep-fried cheese curds are often found at carnivals and fairs, and often local non-chain fast-food restaurants and at regular restaurants and bars. Deep-fried cheese curds are covered with a batter similar to one used for onion rings or breading, and placed in a deep fryer. They are sometimes served with a side of ketchup, marinara sauce, or ranch dressing. They are strongly associated with the U.S. state of Wisconsin

In many areas where fried cheese curds are common, the term "cheese curds" refers to the fried variety; non-fried curds are distinguished by calling them "raw" or "plain" cheese curds.

In some areas, deep-fried cheese curds are also known as cheeseballs.




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  • Self Arrange Delivery by Grab or Lalamove
  • Self Pickup at Desa Park City
  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 1 (RM15.00)
  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 2 (RM20.00)
  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 3 (RM25.00)
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  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 5 (RM35.00)
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  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 7 (RM45.00)
  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 8 (RM50.00)
  • Delivery Klang Valley Zone 9 (RM70.00)

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