Burrino farcito con soppressata is an Italian cheese made with cow's milk in Basilicata
Burrino Farcito con soppressata is a burrino cheese stuffed with pork cheese and Basilicata cow's
milk Ingredients: whole cow's milk, pork cheese.
Process technology: it is very similar to the process with which Burrino cheese is made, but they differ in that the butter ball, instead of being complete, is hollowed out and contains a small piece of mature pork cheese. Maturation: one month, in the cellar.
Finished product characteristics: pear-shaped. Bark: soft ivory or pale yellow color.
Pasta: buttery, the one that contains the small pig cheese wrapped in a thin layer of butter wrapped again by a thin spun rind. Flavor: Diverse
Production area: in the city of Rionero in Vulture (PZ).
Production time: from December to April-May.
Note: that it has a piece of pork inside makes it particularly interesting. The sweet taste of the butter softens the aggressive flavor of the pork sausage, creating a balanced harmony of flavors.