Queso Asadero (melting cheese)
Asadero cheese originates from the state of Sinaloa in NW Mexico and also some areas of Texas. Our cheese making procedure for our Asadero cheese follows the traditional practices which originated in the northern state of Chihuahua, Mexico. This semi-soft creamy, mild cheese is one of our more versatile cheeses. Asadero cheese is known for how easily it melts and can be substituted in place of Monterrey Jack in most recipes. Try some today by ordering one of our free sample kits!
Uses: Our Asadero cheese is used best in quesadillas, nachos, hamburgers, enchiladas, sandwiches, etc. Grate, shred or crumble over any festive Mexican Style dish. To get more ideas on how to use Jaimito Queso Asadero, check out the following recipes (OR check out our recipe page).
|Nutritional Data||Per Serving||% Daily
|Serving Size||1 oz (28g)|
% Daily values based upon a 2000 calorie diet
A fresh, Mexican style cheese made from whole cow’s milk.
12oz, 5lb bar, 12lb bar
Whole Pasteurized Grade A Cow Milk, salt, rennet, cheese cultures
Crumble over salad, tacos, desserts. Great for grilling or frying.
Ideal storage is 36F with a range of 34‐40F. Shelf life is 90 days from packaging.
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Example: 13100901 Explanation: 13=Year, 10 = Month, 09 = Day, 01 = Production Run
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