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Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

Kateryna YagovychLS Food
Homemade hard cheese. Source: depositphotos.com

To prepare homemade hard cheese, you need just a few simple ingredients and cheesecloth. The taste will be very delicate. The product is ideal for sandwiches.

The idea of making homemade cheese of sour cream and milk was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Maria Partyka. It's much cheaper than in the store.

Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

Ingredients:

  • milk - 1 liter (fat)
  • eggs - 3 pcs.
  • 15%-20% sour cream - 200 g.
  • salt - 2 tsp
  • green onions and basil - optional

Method of preparation:

1. Pour the milk into a saucepan and add salt.

Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

2. Bring to a boil.

3. Add sour cream to the eggs.

Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

4. Mix well.

5. Add to the hot milk.

Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

6. Cook for eight minutes, stirring constantly. The curd should start to separate from the whey.

7. Add green onions and dried basil.

Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

8. Fold the cheesecloth in half and place in a colander.

9. Strain the boiled curd mass through it and leave the resulting lump.

10. Make cuts in the cheese container. It can be an ordinary tray of store-bought feta.

Homemade hard cheese of milk and sour cream: how to prepare

11. Put in cheesecloth.

12. Put some weight on top.

13. Set aside for 5 hours. First, leave the cheese at room temperature, and then, when it is no longer warm, put it in the refrigerator.

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