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In addition to being enjoyed on their own or as part of a cheese board, Tasmanian Heritage cheeses make an indulgent ingredient to a recipe.

From adding a gourmet touch to a frittata to providing an exquisite stuffing for pork or chicken or giving an epicurean feel to pasta – these recipes will surely tempt you.

Tips for cooking with cheese:

  1. When cooking with cheese, be mindful of high temperatures which may cause them to toughen or curdle. Hard cheeses can tolerate higher heats, but it's better to use a low or indirect heat as a precaution.
  2. The best way to broil foods with cheese toppings is to keep the pan 4 to 6 inches from the heat, at least until the cheese has begun to melt.
  3. When shredding or grating, choose a semi soft or hard cheese and keep it cold to make the process easier. When wishing to spoon or spread as part of a recipe, soft cheese is always a better option.