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Queso Oaxaca

Language: Spanish

Description: A ball, loaf or plait of fresh cheese made with cow's milk, similar to Provolone. It has a white, supple, elastic paste. It may be found weighing anything from 225 g - 5 kg (8 oz - 11 lb) and is particularly good for cooking as it has good melting properties. The markets around Oaxaca are full of these string cheeses, woven into balls and wrapped in plastic.


Queso Oaxaca
Quesillo de Oaxaca, photographed at the beautiful Camino Real in Oaxaca City in Mexico

Ethnicity: Mexican, Spanish
Most frequent country: Mexico, Spain
Better known as: Asadero
Also known as: Chihuauhua

See places: Spanish food and cuisine, Mexican food and cuisine

See foods and dishes: Provolone


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