Tete de Moine & Boska Cheese Curler Milano

£49.30

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Tete de Moine & Boska Cheese Curler Milano

£49.30

In stock

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Tête de Moine, a renowned Swiss cheese, is a flavourful and aromatic cheese that comes in a wheel, offering a delightful taste experience. This semi-hard cheese (weighing approximately 850g, +/- 10%) is known for its unique preparation method, where it is shaved into delicate rosettes using a girolle or cheese curler. Boska’s cheese curler Milano allows you to create paper-thin cheese curls effortlessly. Simply place the Tête de Moine, fresh from the refrigerator, on the curler’s pin, apply a gentle push, and turn clockwise to create delicate, golden-hued curls.

Specifications:

Cheese curler dimensions: 235x253x60 mm / 9.25’x9.96’x2.36′.

Tête de Moine weight: 850g +/- 10%

Instructions:

Step 1: Cut the Tête de Moine in two, wrap one half in cling film and place it back in cold storage. If the rind is greasy or sticky, leave your Tête de Moine AOP unwrapped in the refrigerator for one or two hours.

Step 2: Place the other half on a clean and even surface with the cut side facing down. Firmly push the spike of the Girolle held upside down through the centre of the cheese. Make absolutely sure you hold the Girolle base horizontally.

Step 3: Then flip your Girolle the right way round and press the cheese firmly down onto the steel grippers of the base, so that it cannot rotate while it is being shaved.

Step 4: Avoid pressing down too hard on the cheese when you turn the blade. For nicer rosettes, it is recommended to shave Tête de Moine AOP with a cheese curler straight out of refrigeration. Rosettes have to be packed immediately after shaving to prevent them from drying out. The fresher the better!

Step 5: If you keep Tête de Moine AOP chilled and protected under its cover and the other half wrapped in cling film, your cheese will retain its full flavour and will be ready to be used at any time.

Founded in 1896 in Bodegraven, Netherlands, by Willem Bos, Boska boasts a rich history deeply rooted in the world of cheese. The name, ‘Bos kaas,’ reflects their Dutch heritage and a deep-seated affection for all things cheese. Today, the fourth generation of the Bos family passionately continues this tradition, just as Willem did over a century ago.

Boska is renowned for crafting high-quality culinary tools that elevate the enjoyment of various delights, including cheese, chocolate, pizza, meat, and vegetables. From cutting boards to cheese slicers, each product is expertly crafted from natural materials like stone, steel, and wood, enhancing the flavours and aesthetics of your meals. Whether you’re slicing, melting, or presenting, Boska’s creations add both taste and elegance to your table, making them indispensable for your culinary experiences.

Additional information

Weight 0.799 kg
Net weight

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Please note that while we take every care to make sure the product information displayed on our website is correct, product recipes are regularly changed. This may affect nutrition and allergen information therefore you should always check product labels and not rely solely on the information presented here. This information is supplied for personal use only. It may not be reproduced in any way whatsoever without the prior consent of BonneBouffe nor without due acknowledgement.

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