PARMIGIANO CHEESE: A TRUE ITALIAN CHEESE
Many of the Italian dishes base their success on the cheeses used in the same region, and Parmigiano Cheese is not the exception. It is an essential ingredient to give that perfect touch to many dishes, specifically pasta.
This Italian cheese is one of the most typical and popular due to its great history and not only in its place of origin, but also internationally.
The Parmigiano Reggiano, as it is known in Italian, is called “Parmesan” in the Spanish and French languages. It was born around the 12th century, and the history goes back approximately 900 years.
The popularity and fame of the delicious taste of this cheese spread throughout Europe. Nowadays there’s a lot of effort to maintain the special formula that characterizes Parmigiano flavor.
An important fact about this cheese is that it is sold after a minimum of 12 months of maturation, so the flavor and texture are adequate, in addition to having a great amount of protein.
Now that you know a little more about the history of Parmigiano, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to try it.
At Cenacolo we have cheeses from Italy, which increase the Italian gastronomic experience, among them the parmigiano.
Spaghetti a la Rueda is one of Cenacolo’s star dishes, as it is prepared at your table, mixing the pasta, tomato sauce and a touch of basil directly on the Grana Padano cheese wheel.
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