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Korbkäse

Also Known As:  Landkorbkäse

Korbkäse is a sour curd cheese made with a white flowery rind. During its aging process, a white mold is added on its surface and allowed to grow for a few days.

Cheese Category:  Sour Curd Cheeses

Country of Origin:  Germany 


Cheese Characteristics

Main Ingredient(s): Pasteurized Cow's Milk

Age (Ripening Period): 5-6 days

Flavor: Mildly tangy to fully tangy

Consistency: Varies with age - white and crumbly to dark yellow and jelly-like. White, flowery rind.

Sliceable? No

Spreadable? Yes

Crumbles? Yes

Use for melting? Yes

Use in dips? No

Dessert cheese? Yes


Cooking and Preparation Tips
Korbkäse is traditionally eaten for breakfast with bread and butter. It also works well on cheese platters, in salads, in fondue, and with fruit. 







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