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Gotta have fried cheese curds when the Packers are in the Super Bowl. Fresh cheese curds can not be found in Denver. We decided to make our own! ...
Combine the milk and cream, Heat in a saucepan over medium heat until it is about to boil, around 190 F.
Remove the saucepan from heat. Allow milk to cool slightly, about two minutes. Add the lemon juice to the milk, gently stir to mix.
Allow the milk mixture to cool to room temperature, this will take an hour or two. Line a fine mesh sieve with cheese cloth. Pour the milk through ...
Place the cheese cloth wrapped curd in between two plates. Set a heavy can on top of the upper place. Refrigerate until cheese curd is firm, occasionally dumping ...
Remove the curd from the cheese cloth. Cut your fresh cheese curds into the desired sizes. Prepare. Cheese curds are used in different ways: Battered and Fried Poutine ...
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