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Cotija

Hispanic-style cheese similar to feta. Crumble and sprinkle over cooked dishes, soups, beans, and salads. Also called Queso Anejo (aged cheese). Some types may be very dry and hard.

Salty, pungent
White, Semi-firm to firm, crumbly

Cotija Molido

Cotija (molido) Grated Cheese – Cotija grated is a hard cow’s milk cheese with a dry texture, sharp, crumbly, aged very popular in Mexico. Its cheese crumbles are used over refried beans, salads, sopes, gorditas.

Cotija Enchilado

Aged version (Anejo) of Enchilado. Good as a topping crumbled onto cooked foods. Softens but does not melt under heat.

Mild, lightly spicy

Red chile mix, white interior, Hard, dry, crumbly

Crema Salvadorena

Our Crema Salvadoreña is a delicious Salvadorian style sour cream with rich tangy flavor and creamy texture. It goes great as a topping for pupusas, grilled corn, sweet plantain, enchiladas and all other kinds of Mexican and Central American dishes that require sour cream.

Crema Salvadorena Con Lorco

Our Crema Salvadoreña is a delicious Salvadorian style sour cream with rich tangy flavor and creamy texture. It goes great as a topping for pupusas, grilled corn, sweet plantain, enchiladas and all other kinds of Mexican and Central American dishes that require sour cream.

Queso Salvadoreño

This fresh crumbling cheese is fresh, bright, and milky – with a hint of sharpness
– making it a perfect complement to your dish. Also excellent with popular Central American cuisines.

Queso Salvadoreño Con Loroco

This fresh crumbling cheese is fresh, bright, and milky – with a hint of sharpness –  making it a perfect complement to your dish. Also excellent with popular Central American cuisines.

Crema Mexicana

Crema mexicana is particularly delicious on crispy antojitos, such as flautastostadas, and gorditas, but a dollop or two is also a terrific addition to enchiladas and chiles rellenos. Just a touch of crema, enriches both the taste and appearance of entrée dishes, including those made with meat, poultry, and fish. And don’t forget to garnish soups with a spoonful.

Jocoque

The Jocoque is a milk product is based on the usual buttermilk in the cuisine of Mexico.  It is a food made from milk which its the most traditional thing in Central Mexico

Requeson

Requesón is a very creamy, spreadable, yellowish-white & lumpy cheese with a characteristic strong & salty taste. Low in fat & high in protein, it is perfect for health-conscious people. Add it to dishes like salads, pasta, enchiladas, and desserts. Requesón cheese is often described as the Hispanic version of Ricotta cheese.