Gorgonzola cubesFrom €3,95 per 150 gram
Gorgonzola is a real Italian blue-veined cheese. This cheese is made from full, pasteurized cow’s milk . It is produced in the Lombardy region. This spicier gorgonzola cheese is cut into small cubes that are about half the size of a die.
fresh Gorgonzola diced, ideal for over the pizza.
The creamy texture and the beautiful green-blue veins that run through the cheese give gorgonzola its unique taste and appearance.
Gorgonzola for the pizza
Gorgonzola is a spicy blue mold cheese that is ideal for pizza or pasta. The taste is full, creamy with a little bit of spice . Because gorgonzola is a delicious blue cheese , it gives every pizza a distinctive taste.
In this Italian delicacy you will find the typical blue veins that run through the cheese like a thunderbolt, it looks beautiful. The outside of a gorgonzola is normally brown with red. But this cheese has been stripped of its rind and cut into handy little cubes . This makes it easy to make large batches of pizza. Gorgonzola is known for its inimitable taste and wide application in Italian cuisine. The cheese is not only useful for pizzas, but also for pastas, salads and casseroles.
Gorgonzola is a blue-veined cheese . Blue Viking and Dana Mont blue also belong to this group of delicious cheeses. Great blue cheeses do not only come from Italy, the Netherlands, France, Denmark and England are also known as very good producers. But if you want to buy a blue-veined cheese that fits perfectly in pizza, pasta or salad, we naturally recommend real Italian gorgonzola . Because the cheese has such a special taste, it comes into its own with these products.
If you prefer to cut gorgonzola yourself, or if you want to order a smaller quantity, you will find uncut gorgonzola here.
Real Italian cheese craft
Gorgonzola is loved all over the world. Many countries try to imitate this product. But gorgonzola originates from the cheese makers in Northern Italy . This product has been worked on with great passion and knowledge for generations.
This cheese has become indispensable in Italian cuisine, which is why the Consorzio per la Tutela del Formaggio Gorgonzola was founded in 1970. This foundation is concerned with the protection and compliance with the strict rules regarding the production of this cheese.
|Land van herkomst|
cow's milk, pastturized
cow's milk, lactose
|Vegetarisch of vegan|
chilled, Netherlands & Belgium
150 grams (tray)