Everyone is a closet cheese addict. No one can get enough of it! Be it the hard parmigiano reggiano, creamy flavoured cheeses or the crumbly Feta, one can indulge in all! Its pretty strange that cheese is such a popular ingredient in India since, Indian cuisine does not really have cheeses in its repertoire. The only indigenous cheese we can call our own is Paneer, or the cottage cheese.
It can get really confusing to decide what cheese platters to serve for dinner parties. How does one decide what cheeses to serve together, what was Gorgonzola, what was the difference between Parmigiano Reggiano and Grana Padano? Which was that Cheese with the holes in it? What wine did one serve with cheese? If you’ve ever had these queries, then they are about to be answered in the most delicious way possible. So keep checking this space as we will be updating it with loads of cheesy tips as part of the “World Cheese Fest” we are currently celebrating at Godrej Nature’s Basket with exotic cheeses sourced from all over the world.