Homemade Cheese

    You might not have thought to try making your own homemade cheese but as the recipes below show it really isn't that hard.

    12 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    2 reviews

    Queso blanco is a soft, unripened Latin American cheese, and it is one of the easiest homemade cheeses to make.

    Recipe by: Jackie

    25 reviews

    This easy, essential recipe for paneer will give authenticity to all your Indian dishes.

    Recipe by: DOSTANDEN

    58 reviews

    Home made paneer is softer and lighter than the tofu consistency paneer you find in many Indian restaurants. This is an easy homemade recipe which you can add to your favorite Indian dish by cutting into bite-size pieces and frying in oil. Great for vegetarians.

    Recipe by: AMIBOULD

    No reviews

    I had no idea how easy it is to make ricotta! I used a cheese making kit that I bought from a supermarket but you can find everything you need at the supermarket. Save the leftover water - the whey - after making the cheese and freeze and use for baking instead of plain water. Nutrients such as the calcium and whey protein have been left behind in it, and be mindful that it's chock full of lactose for those that are intolerant.

    Recipe by: TastyFood

    No reviews

    See how easy it is to make a soft homemade cheese with buttermilk. Fresh herbs and a pinch of salt add more flavour.

    Recipe by: Jackie

    1 review

    It's easy to make your very own paneer, simply using milk, lemon juice and salt, to use in your favourite Indian recipes.

    Recipe by: Jackie

    3 reviews

    If you enjoy cheese making try this homemade feta cheese recipe. It's not so hard once you have the ingredients.

    Recipe by: Jackie

    1 review

    Mascarpone cheese is an un-aged Italian cream cheese which can be eaten as is on toast with jam or used in baking.

    Recipe by: Jackie

    No reviews

    That's right - you can make your very own ricotta cheese at home to enjoy on its own or use in your favourite Italian recipes!

    Recipe by: Jackie

    No reviews

    Our main calcium source, milk – vital to maintain good health and strong bones – also provides protein and riboflavin.

    Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

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