One of Mexico's most popular cheeses, Cotija is a crumbly and flavorful, traditionally sprinkled over rice, beans, salads and more. It's often referred to as the Parmesan of Mexico, not because those cheeses taste similar, but because it's sprinkled over many dishes to add a pop of extra flavor.
Aged to develop a stronger flavor, this cheese is salty and fairly dry.
This cheese is dry in texture and somewhat salty. It is aged to assure a robust flavor. Try it as a kitchen staple, and use to top any savory dish.
Ingredients:cultured pasteurized Grade A milk and skim milk, sea salt, enzymes.