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    Homemade Cheese

    I've made my own "farmer's cheese" and goat's milk gjetost in the past, and the process of making cheese at home is still one that fascinates me. Here's a small collection (hopefully one that will grow) of home made cheese recipes!

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    1 Reviews |  By LiisaN

    Finnish Squeaky Cheese - when eaten warmed, it squeaks. A favorite in the northern UP/Mich area - and among the Finns. My dad often, would take a cube and drop it in his coffee to heat the cheese. It's very mild.

    Recipe #79377

    After a trip to Iceland in 2003, my husband learned to love the taste of skyr, and after we got home from vacation I came up with a close approximation of it. If you've never had it, it's similar to yogurt, maybe a little thicker, and can be flavored to your liking (my husband likes to mix in a little cherry pie filling, but I prefer to add fresh sliced peaches and a light sprinkling of Splenda). This recipe is for the base only, feel free to alter as needed. The authentic skyr is hard to duplicate in a home setting as I understand it, due to the need for specialized bacteria. I think the "real deal" can be found online in places that sell cheesemaking supplies. But, I'm cheap, and this is close and the ingredients are in easy supply. Enjoy

    Recipe #98515

    A Pennsylvania Dutch recipe from Berks County.

    Recipe #84290

    Adopted! Posted by request -- I have not tried this recipe. From "Pinardises" by Daniel Pinard.

    Recipe #66638

    Now you can make your own goat cheese! I got this from The Essence of Emeril show!

    Recipe #61025

    I'll be honest and say I haven't tried this yet but I was just so intrigued by the idea of making my own cottage cheese that I had to share.

    Recipe #46595

    14 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My mother used to talk about making her own cheese back in the "Old Country". This makes a good creamy cheese, with no preservatives.

    Recipe #13373

    This is delicious and easy - it almost makes itself. Use it wherever ricotta cheese is called for - in pies, in phyllo, in lasagne etc. Sweeten it with honey for a yummy spread. I got this from Molly O'Neill, who wrote the food section in the NYT for many years. Basically you mix the ingredients, cook for a couple of minutes, and then it drains for half an hour. Then it's done.

    Recipe #47259

    This homemade caraway cheese tastes good on homemade bread or Knackebrod or on crackers. Making farmhouse cheese takes about 24 hours, it is not labor-intensive and it yields a superior product. You will end up with a creamy white cheese with a tender curd and a fresh, tangy flavor. Mix it with cream for a creamed fine-curd cottage cheese or eat fresh, perhaps flavored with snipped fresh chives or lemon balm. You can find rennet tablets in the baking section of the grocery store.

    Recipe #99745

    I found this recipe following a link from Foodsubs.com and thought I'd post it here for all those of you who don't find paneer in local markets. Paneer is a type of fresh cheese used in North Indian cooking. For those interested in more info, use this link: http://www.foodsubs.com/Chefresh.html#paneer

    Recipe #21956

    Fresh cheese can be used soft (almost like Ricotta cheese) or drained of all liquid and made into small pieces. It is great in vegetables or as snack.

    Recipe #46900

    I got this recipe way back from one of my Indian girlfriends mothers, it is delicious on it's own in a spinish curry, or lightly fried in butter with chili, garlic anc coarse salt and added to a lamb curry. (prep time incl. chilling)

    Recipe #41322


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