Table of contents:
Calories, kcal: 303 Proteins, g: 20.0 Fats, g: 25.0 Carbohydrates, g: 1.0
Hermelín cheese is a soft cheese with a white mold of noble origin. Cheese is a delicacy made in the Czech Republic. In terms of its external characteristics, Germelin cheese is similar to the famous Camembert blue cheese.
Hermelin cheese is made from high quality cow's milk (calorizer). The cheese head has a delicate and soft consistency, covered with a dense crust.
Calorie content of Hermelin cheese
The calorie content of Germelin cheese is 303 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition and useful properties of Germelin cheese
In its composition, Germelin cheese contains vitamins of group B, A, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium. And this is just a small list of useful substances that are contained in cheese.
Thanks to the rich content and combined action of calcium and phosphorus, nails, hair and teeth are restored and strengthened. Vitamin A is good for vision, and B vitamins are simply necessary for a person for the normal functioning of the nervous system and the whole body.
The use of Germelin cheese in cooking
Germelin cheese is eaten as an independent snack, and it is also included in other appetizer dishes that are served with the famous Czech beer (calorizator). Germelin goes well with white wine.
Germelin cheese acquires especially exquisite taste after being heat-treated: cooks know the recipes of marinated, baked, grilled Germelin cheese.
The pickled Hermeline recipe includes ingredients such as olive oil, garlic, chili peppers, pepperoni, and red onion. This dish is very popular in the Czech Republic as a beer snack.