Kashkaval semi-hard cheese, 800g

 
Kashkaval is a light-yellow semi-hard cheese with 45% fat i.d.m., which is produced mainly in the Balkans and Turkey. It has a savoury and powerful taste, rounded out with a light, salty note. Fanciers eat it in coarser pieces, since the flavour can unfold better. Kashkaval is made from cow's milk and not only tastes especially good cold, but is outstanding when baked on casseroles.

Also available in the 250g and 400g foil package.

Nutritional values

  per 100g per 30g *RI
Calorific value kJ 1341 402,3  
Calorific value kcal 320 96 4,8%
Fat (g) 25 7,5 10,7%
of which saturated fatty acids (g) 17 5,1 25,5%
Carbohydrates (g) 0,5 0,2 <1%
of which sugar (g) 0,5 0,2 <1%
Fibre (g) 24 7,2 14,4%
Salt (g) 2,5 0,8 12,5%
*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)      
 

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There are many cheese specialities, but do you already know GAZi Kashkaval and GAZi braided cheese? Both cheese types are made using traditional and at times elaborate craftsmanship. Kashkaval, very popular in Turkey and the Balkans, is a very popular semi-hard cheese with a lightly salty taste. Not only can you enjoy it cold; it's delicious on vegetable and noodle casseroles and as a pizza topping. Also try the hand-braided cheese varieties, additionally known as Örgü Peyniri, and surprise your guests with a culinary treat.

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