Red Pepper gives this Pecorino Cheese a satisfying kick
This authentic Italian cheese is made in Sicily.
A cheese made from sheep milk, this fiery pecorino pairs well with cured Italian meats on a charcuterie board.
Produced in Sicily, Sifor Red Pepper Pecorino is an Italian sheep's milk cheese. A semi-hard cheese with a crumbly interior, pecorino siciliano cheese is widely used as a replacement for parmesan in pastas, salads, and pizzas. This cheese is mixed with red peppers, giving it an extra bite.
Try this spicy pecorino on a charcuterie platter with crackers, salami, and olives. Grate this hot cheese over a cacio e pepe or another pasta dish to kick up the spice level. Or sample it on a cheese board alongside similar types of cheese such as pecorino romano and parmigiano reggiano.
Sheep's Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes, Red Peppers
Product of Italy