Grana padano is the most famous DOP Cheese in the world. It is an Italian hard cheese with an intense and salty flavor able to exalt every pasta dishes. This grating cheese is a very nutritive food and rich in mineral salts and vitamins, and is therefore highly recommended in vegetarian diets.
Grana Padano is a cheese for everyone, highly digestible and also suitable for those who are lactose intolerant. Discover more about this Italian cheese, what's the difference between Grana padano and Parmigiano Reggiano and all the Grana padano uses.
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Grana Padano is a hard grating cheese produced in the Po Valley, a symbol of the Italian gastronomic prodcution all over the world.
Hard cheeses deserve a place of honour on our tables and in the kitchen. Percect as table cheese or in recipes they are long aged, crumbly and dry.
Breaded lamb ribs are a perfect dish for your Easter menu. A savory recipe that will add flavor to your Sunday Lunch!
You can add this recipe at your Valentine's menu: it's very quick to make and you can use it as a romantic appetizer or side dish.
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The Parmigiano Reggiano and the Grana Padano are considered interchangeable in many recipes. Yet, they are quite different.
Grana Padano is one of the oldest Italian and European cheeses, but today, on the plains situated at the foot of the Alps, in a land crossed by pure rivers that descend from the mountains, it is still produced respecting the tradition.