Stracciata made in Molise

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Typical cheese from Alto Molise, stracciata is an elastic and soft fresh cheese with a delicate taste. It is made by continuously stretching and tearing long strips of pasta filata by hand. It results in a white smooth fresh cheese with a long and flat shape and a homogeneous texture. Safe and healthy, Di Pasquo’s artisan stracciata is made with pasteurized milk. It stands out for its milky, mild and fresh flavor and melting consistency.

 

  • Ingredients: pasteurized cow’s MILK, enzymes, rennet, salt
  • Milk origin: Italy
  • Storage conditions: store in the fridge (temperature range +0/4°C)
  • Shelf life: 12 days
  • Unit weight: 400 g ca.
  • Safe for pregnant women. Vegetarian friendly. Gluten-free.
  • SKU: 010105400010101

Di Pasquo's stracciata

 

The delicate and authentic taste of the artisan stracciata made in Agnone.

Stracciata is one of the most popular fresh cheeses from Molise. It is handcrafted in the old-fashioned way by kneading the curd with a wooden spoon and then modeling it by hand to obtain long strips. The stripes of stretched curd (pasta filata) are then torn and folded onto themselves multiple times. That’s why it is called stracciata (literally torn).

The result is a flavorsome rindless strip of mozzarella with a buttery and salty taste. While eating it, it would melt in your mouth. Di Pasquo’s stracciata is wrapped inside a refined vegetable parchment paper, which makes it more elegant and ensures proper storage.

 

Italian stracciata cheese: recipes

You should eat it on its own at room temperature or accompanied by fresh salad, prosciutto and olive oil.

Enjoy the unique taste of Di Pasquo’s stracciata.

Nutrition facts

 

Amount per 100 g

  • Energy – Calories: Kcal 235 / kJ 976
  • Total Fat: 17,0 g
    • Saturated fat: 10,6 g
  • Total Carbohydrate: 0,7 g
    • Sugar: 0,7 g 
  • Protein: 19,7 g
  • Sodium: 0,50 g

Additional information

Bollo CE IT 14 085

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