Stracciatella cheese should be refrigerated and eaten as quickly as possible. Disclaimer: PRE-ORDER ONLY, please finish it within 1 day on the day you receive it. (normally we make in the morning, you will receive it in the afternoon) We use only fresh cream from milk, strictly no preservatives and additives.
This creamy cheese from Puglia (the heel of Italy's boot) is a decadent addition to any Italian meal. Stracciatella is an Italian cheese product made from pulled mozzarella curds mixed with fresh cream. It is a type of pasta filata ("spun paste") cheese. The word stracciatella means “rag” and comes from the word strattore ("to stretch"). In Puglia, Italy, stracciatella is made from mozzarella di bufala (buffalo milk mozzarella cheese), but we are using raw cow milk, hopefully soon we will be launching the buffalo version, stay tune!
What Does Stracciatella Cheese Taste Like? Since it's made with cream, stracciatella tastes incredibly rich. Texturally, it's similar to Italian stracciatella soup or Chinese egg drop soup, with wisps of cheese curds bound together by cream. Unlike balls of fresh mozzarella, stracciatella is more liquid than solid, so it's typically best to spoon it out of the container. If you've ever cut into a ball of fresh burrata cheese, the gooey interior that spilled out was stracciatella.
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