Originally Posted by Skittle68
I've never tried munster cheese- what kin of flavor does it have?
Muenster cheese, though it has a very German sounding name, is actually an American cheese, similar to jack, but with a more milky flavor. It is mild and absolutely wonderful. Muenster is one of my all time favorite cheeses. It is also a stand-out cheese on pizza, or on any kind of cold-cut sandwich. It's a great cheese to blend with others while cooking.
I tried a quick and dirty cheese sauce to go over poached eggs on Sunday. I simply combined 1/8 cup milk, with two, 1/4 inch thick slices of Velveeta (I know! Don't start up.), and four slices of good Pecorino Romano. I melted them over low heat while whisking constantly. The result was a suprisingly tasty cheese sauce from what was left in the fridge at the end of a pay period. The reason I bring this up is that when cold, it has the texture of velveeta, and melts in the same way. It would make a really great grilled cheese samich.
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