Middle Ages Gouda

Middle Ages Gouda

Medieval Gouda matures 2 to 6 months. It tastes heartily spicy and has a stronger aroma and a darker yellow colour than young Gouda. If medieval Gouda has been stored for more than 5 months, it is also suitable for grating and can be used to gratinate casseroles. The rind of the medieval Gouda is not edible and should not be removed too thinly, as the darker outer area tastes drier and less aromatic.

All data per 100 g:
384 kcal
0 g
25 g
29 g

Recipes with Middle Ages Gouda

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