Sulada is a traditional Italian cheese from the Emilia-Romagna region, specifically from the towns of Parma, Reggio Emilia, and Modena. It is a soft, creamy cheese with a slightly tangy flavor and a smooth texture. Sulada can be found in local cheese shops and specialty food stores in these towns, such as La Casa del Cheeseo in Parma and La Bottega del Cheeseo in Modena.

One popular way to enjoy Sulada is in a simple pasta dish, where it is melted into a creamy sauce and tossed with fresh pasta. Another delicious way to enjoy Sulada is in a savory tart, where it is combined with caramelized onions and baked in a flaky pastry crust.

Sulada has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-food Product) designation, which signifies its traditional production methods and ties to the local area. It is made from cow’s milk and has a minimum fat content of 50%. The cheese is aged for a minimum of 30 days and has a pale yellow color with a slightly wrinkled rind.

Sources:
– www.parmaitaly.com
– www.reggioemiliaturismo.it