- n. Alternative form of Manchego.
“I don't think so, because the manchego was also a snap to grate and the dishwasher was already plenty full.”
“Or if you're in the mood for a slightly harder cheese, try the six-month matured manchego.”
“I wandered around town and ate manchego and tomato sandwiches, which are sold everywhere like mozzarella and tomato in America.”
“Suzanne Carreiro suggests slicing her panforte a quarter-inch thick and serving these slices with aged Tuscan pecorino, Spanish manchego, blue cheese, dry Jack, and hearty fruit such as apples, pears, and figs.”
“A spear of manchego, chorizo and a dot of quince paste coated in pistachio crumbs has the tongue doing somersaults with its sweet, salty and spicy notes.”
“The festival offers not only typical Mexican cheeses, such as ranchero, panela and manchego, but locally produced versions of French and Middle Eastern cheeses.”
“Haalo suggests topping the orzo paella with shards of manchego or grated Mizithra/Myzithra.”
“Top with shards of manchego or grated Mizithra/Myzithra.”
“And then I thought, I have this great buffalo burger recipe that I stuff with Hatch greens and manchego that would be great on this bun - two different chile flavors in one burger.”
“To start: Lobster velouté with truffle oil, and the salad with manchego and piquant dressing are both sublime.”
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