A stretched curd cheese made with cows’ milk; ideal torn over a caprese salad - Mum used to hide them in the bottom of our bowls of ragu.
Bocconcini are small mozzarella cheeses the size of an egg. Like other mozzarellas, they are semi-soft, white and rindless unripened mild cheeses which originated in Naples.
Bocconcini of whole cow's milk where the higher liquid content lends them the soft consistency of fior di latte.
This cheese is described by its Italian name which means small mouthfuls. It is made in the pasta filata manner by dipping curds into hot whey, and kneading, pulling and stretching. Each cheese is about the size and shape of a hardboiled egg.
Pasteurised cows Milk,
Non-Animal Rennet, Starter Culture, Salt
Keep refrigerated below 4°C.
Consume within 3 days of opening.
Best consumed at room temperature.