ina's reccotta cheese

Ina's Reccotta Cheese

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saw this on the bare foot contessa and thought i'd share it with everyone.


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5 Min
10 Min


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    4cups whole milk
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    pint of heavy cream
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    4-6 teasps of white or red wine viniger
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    cheese cloth
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    mesh sifter and bowl to place underneath it

How to Make ina's reccotta cheese


  1. in sauce pan bring milk to almost boil pour in the heavy cream let come to almost boil
  2. while still in sauce pan add the viniger
  3. let set for a while it will start thickening
  4. when thick, place mesh sifter over bowl and place cheese cloth over sifter
  5. remove sauce pan from heat and pour into cheese cloth thats on mesh sifter. don't let the sifter touch bottom of bowl
  6. keep draining bowl til theres nothing in it. lift cheese cloth with cheese in it and sqeese what moister there is in out.
  7. then place reccotta cheese in another bowl and crumble up
  8. from there u can make a dip with it or lasanga or whatever recipe that calls for reccotta cheese.
  9. hope u like and find this recipe useful.

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About ina's reccotta cheese

Course/Dish: Other Sauces
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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