Pecorino is an Italian hard cheese made with ewe’s milk. It’s mostly produced in Sardinia, where there is a century-old tradition of sheep farming, but there are also other two famous productions: pecorino romano and pecorino toscano.
You can use Pecorino with different aging periods to enrich your cheese board: from the soft and delicate flavor of fresh pecorino cheese, to the aromas of the one with long seasoning.
Pecorino is also used as a parmesan substitute to season pasta recipes. Enjoy your meal with our pecorino recipes!
A delicious roast lamb with red wine, Pecorino cheese and black olives, a traditional Sicilian Easter recipe. A mix of Mediterranean flavors for your Sunday Easter recipes.
Casatiello is a Neapolitan stuffed Easter bread: a traditional savory cake stuffed with cheese, salami and hard boiled eggs.
Discover how to pair dessert wine and cheese to end your meal with an exciting contrast between sweet and savory flavors.
A special Italian recipe for your Christmas eve dinner: homemade ravioli with pecorino cheese and honey, orange butter and chopped walnuts.
An easy Thanksgiving appetizer with pecorino cheese and bacon. Try these Italian-style fritters, a tasty finger food! really quick to prepare.
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Pecorino cheese and honey is a devine combination. Cheese and pears too. Mix these ingredients, add some aragula leaves and a sublime cereal like barley and make a refined healthy salad.
A genuine spelt recipe with high quality ingredients: organic farro, Italian pecorino and olives. Descover how to cook spelt what are the benefits for your health.
What's the difference between Pecorino and Parmigiano? Discover how to distinguish these two Italian cheeses, and how to serve them or use in recipes.
Now, let's start this head-to-head: Pecorino Romano vs Parmigiano Reggiano.