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Gorgonzola Cheese Recipes
Gorgonzola is a delicious Italian blue cheese. It is still produced in the Northern regions of Lombardy and Piedmont wit traditional cheese-making techniques.
You can use this delicious cheese in many pasta recipes: try to make a yummy Gorgonzola cream sauce to season your gnocchi or penne or to accompany stuffed turkey. Choose your favourite type of Gorgonzola (Gorgonzola Piccante or Gorgonzola Dolce) to prepare a special Risotto or try it on the Four-cheese pizza!
If you love this savory cheese you will appreciate our selection of Gorgonzola recipes.
A simple fondue cheese recipe enriched by the intense and sweet flavor of an Irish Red Ale. Fo the perfect beer and cheese pairing!
Baked potatoes are a traditional Britain and American dish. Try this easy baked potato with cheese recipe, a cheese lovers alternative.
Discover how to pair dessert wine and cheese to end your meal with an exciting contrast between sweet and savory flavors.
All about how and where to store the cheese to avoid mold, and how long you can keep cheese in the fridge before consuming.
Gorgonzola is a fat Italian cheese with soft or semi-soft paste, dipending on the time of ripening. The period of aging also determines the type of Gorgonzola: sweet or spicy.
Blue cheeses are produced thanks to the addition of Penicillium Roqueforti or Penicillium Glaucum molds in the cheese paste. Disover Sensibus amazing selection of Blue cheeses!
Do you need a fresh and simple grilled dessert recipe? Today we suggest you a delicious idea for your summer barbecue menu!
An amazing salad where the sweet flavor of grilled peaches compliment the nutty richness of Gorgonzola, perfect for a refined summer barbecue!
An easy brunch recipe to make your Sunday morning special. Fill in your crêpes with delicious cheeses and relax!
Gorgonzola Dolce is aged at least for 50 days. Its texture is creamy, the paste is white or ivory with blue-green veins due to the presence of penicillium.
Piquant Gorgonzola is aged for a period of 80 days or more. The pste is crumbly and salty, the paste is ivory-colored with blue-green veins.
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