What does Mull of Kintyre Cheddar taste like? The slight hint of sharpness adds complexity, creating a distinct taste. The delicate, brittle and grainy texture, an indication of its age, gives the cheese the character it rightly deserves.
Where’s it from? Made at The Campbeltown Creamery on the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland. Mull of Kintyre creamery insist on using traditional methods to craft their Cheddar. Find out more about Mull of Kintyre here.
Packaging: This version of Mull of Kintyre Cheddar is sold as a wax-coated truckle of 200g.
You can also buy Mull of Kintyre Cheddar as part of The Best of British Tasting Box and The Best of British Extra Large Box.
Cheddar Au Gratin potatoes are surely everyone’s favourite dinner carb. They perfectly complement many different meat dishes.
Pin Wheels are great as party appetisers or as snacks, and they are simple to make and can even be frozen so that you can throw them in the oven when unexpected guests turn up.
This cheesy chicken cobbler will have everyone digging in, it’s a perfect ‘all-in-one’ meal for the whole family. Using cheddar in the scones will add a creamy, sharp dimension to the flavour for extra deliciousness.
This creamy broth-soup will make you think of New England Chowder.
This is a traditional Russian Cocotte dish which is very rich and creamy. Traditionally, this dish is served as an appetiser so you can make smaller portions in ramekins and serve it as a starter. If you love mushrooms and strong cheddar, this dish is perfect for you.
There is nothing quite like homemade cheesy garlic bread – try this recipe.
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