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    val189 Guest

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    What can I use in place of manchego cheese?

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    gunner Guest

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    "val189" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > What can I use in place of manchego cheese?


    You can start looking here:

    http://www.foodsubs.com/Chefirm.html
    Manchego (aged) = queso Manchego viejo Notes: Aged Manchego cheese is
    yellow and a terrific grating cheese. Don't confuse it with unaged Manchego
    cheese, which is almost white, semi-firm, and typically used as a melting
    cheese. Substitutes: pecorino Romano OR other firm cheese OR nutritional
    yeast (This substitution works best if recipe calls for cheese to be
    sprinkled over a dish. Nutritional yeast is low in fat, high in protein and
    B vitamins, and it's not made with any animal products.)

    http://www.foodsubs.com/Chesfirm.html
    Manchego cheese Notes: Don't confuse this with aged Manchego cheese,
    which is firm and yellow, and typically used for grating. Younger Manchego
    cheese is sweet and nutty. It melts nicely and is often used in
    quesadillas. Substitutes: Monterey jack OR mozzarella OR cheddar

    Personally, I would use an Asiago.



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    Arri London Guest

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    val189 wrote:
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    > What can I use in place of manchego cheese?


    Any decent dryish sharp cheese such as cotija, queso anejo, pecorino
    romano etc.

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