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TEKSUT Antep Cheese 250g resmi

TEKSUT Antep Cheese 250g

Antep Cheese can be grilled to serve as a hot appetizer . Cut it in thin slices. Grill after soaking it in warm water for 15 minutes. Serve it up hot. No Artificial Flavours, Trans Fat nor Gluten
$6.99
TEKSUT Chechil Cheese 200g resmi

TEKSUT Chechil Cheese 200g

Chechil a brined string cheese that originated in Armenia. It has a consistency approximating that of mozzarella or sulguni and is produced in the form of dense strings, rolled up in a figure eight of thick braid-shaped ropes. Chechil is a smoked, braided, salty, string-cheese beer snack that is enjoyed by beer drinkers and enthusiasts across the globe. Chechil is made from pasteurized cow milk and is low in fat. Its taste is salty, very chewy, and with a smoky flavor to it. Its consistency is firm and smooth. Chechil is one of the cheeses produced in the Armenian Highlands and is also called husats or tel. It is a kneaded or pulled cheese, and the art of the cheese-maker is in stretching it thin so that it yields a "chicken-breast texture". The cheese is often sold braided in thick ropes. Curd is given a hot whey bath, then kneaded and stretched to the desirable, pliable consistency. In the Western world, chechil panir is often called Armenian string cheese or Syrian cheese. Armenian refugees who settled in Syria after the Armenian Genocide of 1915 introduced it in the country.In Turkey, checil is called çeçil or tel peyniri, and is widely popular being specifically produced in Erzurum and in Ardahan. In Russia, it is very popular as a pairing to beer in bars. Chechil is matured in brine and often smoked before consumption. It is sometimes mixed with farmer cheese or various hard cheeses, and is stored in jars or wine skins.
$6.99
TEKSUT Feta Cheese w/Herbs (Van Otlu Peynir) 250g resmi

TEKSUT Feta Cheese w/Herbs (Van Otlu Peynir) 250g

Van herbed cheese (Turkish: Van otlu peyniri) is a type of cheese made out of sheep's or cow's milk. Ripened cheese varieties containing herbs are traditional in Turkey and have been manufactured for more than 200 years in the east and southeast of the country. They are manufactured from raw milk, semi-hard in texture and salty in taste and have the aroma of garlic or thyme due to added herbs. Twenty-five types of herb, including Allium, Thymus, Silene and Ferula species which are most popular, are used individually or as appropriate mixtures. The most popular of these cheeses is Otlu which is produced mainly in the Van Province of Turkey in small dairies and villages, but now is produced in other cities of the eastern region of Turkey and its popularity increases continuously throughout Turkey.
$6.99
TEKSUT Kashkaval Cheese 1kg resmi

TEKSUT Kashkaval Cheese 1kg

Kashkaval is a semi-hard, yellow cheese that derives its name from the Italian cheese "Caciocavallo". It is particularly popular in Eastern Europe and Mediterranean region Kashkaval made from cow's milk is known as Kashkaval vitosha while a variation made from ewe's milk is called Kashkaval balkan. Kashkaval preslav is the name given to the cheese made from a mixture of both milks. In Romania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia it is used as a generic term for all kinds of yellow cheeses. This cheese is also found in Hungary, Croatia, and Turkey. The Romanians call this cheese cascaval, the Greeks kasseri while the Turkish prefer to interpret it as Ksara.
$19.99
TEKSUT Kashkaval Cheese 500g resmi

TEKSUT Kashkaval Cheese 500g

Kashkaval is a semi-hard, yellow cheese that derives its name from the Italian cheese "Caciocavallo". It is particularly popular in Eastern Europe and Mediterranean region Kashkaval made from cow's milk is known as Kashkaval vitosha while a variation made from ewe's milk is called Kashkaval balkan. Kashkaval preslav is the name given to the cheese made from a mixture of both milks. In Romania, Bulgaria, and Macedonia it is used as a generic term for all kinds of yellow cheeses. This cheese is also found in Hungary, Croatia, and Turkey. The Romanians call this cheese cascaval, the Greeks kasseri while the Turkish prefer to interpret it as Ksara.
$9.99
TEKSUT Sheep's Milk White Cheese 1kg resmi

TEKSUT Sheep's Milk White Cheese 1kg

Made of sheep's milk, this product has a creamy texture. It is full-fat and aged. You can consume it at breakfast or in sandwiches during the day. It should be stored together with brine in its box, which provides easy storage.
$24.99
TEKSUT Turkish Dil Cheese 220g resmi

TEKSUT Turkish Dil Cheese 220g

Dil is a traditional Turkish cheese made from cow's milk around the cities of Bilecik and Bursa. The cheese is fresh, white, and it has a stringy texture, similar to mozzarella. ... The flavors are mild, milky, sweet, and slightly salty.
$6.99