Manouri is a fresh semi-soft sheep’s milk cheese made from whey (drained from feta production) then enriched with cream. The result is a delicious, dense, buttery cheese often drizzled with honey and served as a dessert. Sweet or savory, manouri has a melt-in-the-mouth texture.
Made exclusively in the Greek regions of Macedonia and Thessalia and recognized by the European Union as a P.D.O. cheese.
Substitute Manouri for cream cheese in cheesecake recipes for a light and surprising taste.
Make a light dessert with sliced Manouri, honey and toasted walnuts.
P.D.O. indicates that a particular agricultural product is produced, processed and prepared in a given geographical area using a recognized and unique know-how.
Agricultural Products Certification and Supervision Organization, is an officially established Greek organization responsible for the implementation of national policy on quality in agriculture.