Esse adriese

Esse adriese is a traditional cheese from the Veneto region in Italy. It is mainly produced in the towns and communes of Adria, Ariano nel Polesine, and Loreo. This cheese can be found in various stores and shops in these areas, such as Caseificio Sociale di Adria and Latteria Sociale di Ariano nel Polesine.

Esse adriese is a semi-hard cheese made from cow’s milk. It has a pale yellow color and a slightly tangy flavor. The cheese is aged for a minimum of 60 days, during which it develops a smooth and creamy texture. It is often enjoyed on its own or used in various recipes.

One popular recipe that includes Esse adriese is the “Risotto alla Pilota.” This dish combines the creamy cheese with Arborio rice, butter, onion, and white wine, resulting in a rich and flavorful risotto. Another recipe is the “Esse adriese and Prosciutto Panini,” which features slices of the cheese layered with prosciutto and grilled to perfection.

Esse adriese has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-food Products) certification, which guarantees its traditional production methods and quality. The specifications of this cheese include:

– Made from cow’s milk
– Aged for a minimum of 60 days
– Pale yellow color
– Semi-hard texture
– Tangy flavor

Sources:
– “Esse adriese” – www.prodottitipici.com
– “Esse adriese DOP” – www.agraria.org