Fig Leaf-wrapped Goat Robiola

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This is a special variation of Robiola, a traditional Italian cheese produced in the Piedmont region. While robiola can be made from any variety of milks, this particular version is made from 100% goat milk. The young forms are wrapped in fig leaves and aged for an additional three weeks. As this creamy cheese ages, it becomes denser and more compact in texture while developing a rich, runny layer just under the rind. In addition to lending a visual appeal, the fig leaves give the robiola a unique flavor that is reminiscent of coconuts. Organoleptic properties Aspect and texture: the finished cheese is luscious and creamy with a chalky center when young. The fig leaf wrapping not only protects the cheese but also provides a unique flavor and visual appeal. Taste: mild, refined goat’™s milk flavor, with a nuance of minerals. Serving suggestions Serve alone on crusty bread to highlight the subtle flavor added by the fig leaf. Or serve with fresh or dried figs to accentuate the wrapping. Ingredients Pasteurized goat’s milk, salt, rennet, fig leaf Learn more about the Langhe and Robiola cheese!

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