Cotija is a Mexican cow’s milk cheese named after the town of the same name in the state of Michoacán. It’s white in color, firm and dry in texture, and salty and milky in flavor.
This is an aged cheese, it is sharper and firmer, more similar to Parmesan. Grates very well. Cotija has a distinct flavor that can’t be so easily replicated. 200g
*Try using it to make Elote, by grilling corn, rolling in lime crema, topping with crumbled cotija & chili lime seasoning*
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