The Pawns – two milk’s
Someone could say that they resemble the classic “Piedmontese tomini” but only in the external shape, even if in reality they are smaller in size.
They are produced in Piedmont, following the ancient Langhe recipe, but the variant is the use of a mixture of sheep’s and cow’s milk and this obviously determines a greater pleasantness and taste than the common ones that can be found on the market.
They have a flowery rind and a soft texture which becomes more creamy as it matures.
They can be eaten grilled or pan-fried, but these are also good to eat raw, or used in cubes in summer salads.
Each piece weighs about 90 g and are wrapped in overlapping pairs, since they are part of our line called “chess” they are precisely called pawns due to their characteristic shape.
The rind is flowery, therefore edible.
Cow’s MILK, pasteurized sheep’s MILK, pasteurized CREAM, rennet, and salt. Size: about 180 g per pair. ALLERGENS: MILK and MILK protein
Classic cheese plate, hot and cold uses, salads, wrapped with ham, bacon or speck
Structured white wine or wine with bubbles
Unit of measurement
Two overlapping forms wrapped with protective film
Weight per piece
Approx. 180 gr (90 gr x 2)
Pieces per box
In the refrigerator from +4°C to +8°C
Refrigerated from +4°C to +8°C
Product life in sealed package
Minimum order quantity
Valori nutrizionali medi
per 100 gr di prodotto
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