Recipes with Gruyere Cheese
Gruyere cheese is a hard Swiss cheese made from cow's milk. It is named after the town of Gruyères in Switzerland. The inside of the cheese is bright yellow, and the crust is dark yellow.
It is usually aged for six months or longer. It is smaller and has fewer holes than other Swiss cheeses. It has a slight nutty flavor. It melts well thanks to its creamy texture.
Gruyere cheese is widely used in cooking. It is preferred in sandwiches and cheese plates. Thanks to melting well, it is often used in fondue recipes and grilled cheese sandwiches. It is used in soups, stews, gratins. It is one of the preferred cheeses in oven dishes. It can also be added to pasta and salads.
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