Easy, Delicious, and a Tribute to Italian Cheesemaking

Take the saucepan off the stove and let it rest for a few minutes. Because of this, the curds can thicken and taste much better.

Separate the curds from the whey by straining the mixture through a cheesecloth-lined colander. To squeeze out any extra liquid, gently press down on the curds.

Personalize Your Cheese by Flavoring It With Salt, Herbs, or Anything Else You Like.

All Set to Have Fun

A batch of creamy, fresh cheese will be on its way to enhancing your culinary masterpieces in no time. Try it on some crusty toast, add it to salads, or just eat it straight off the spoon.

Carrying on a Custom

Making this cheese at home is more than just following a recipe; it's a way to preserve a culinary tradition. The amazing flavors that come from basic ingredients, together with history and simplicity, are celebrated. Hence, here's to sticking to the tried-and-true, keeping things simple, and celebrating the quickness of handmade cheese—just as Nonna used to make!