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Calories, kcal: 285 Protein, g: 19.5 Fat, g: 22.0 Carbohydrates, g: 0.0
Chanakh cheese is a type of cheese native to the North Caucasus. The cooking technology consists in the use of special pots vats, which is where the name of the cheese comes from.
Chanakh cheese is a type of pickled cheese. It matures in a specially prepared brine, thanks to which the cheese acquires specific taste and aroma qualities.
The cheese has a spicy, spicy and salty taste, has no crust, and has the shape of two truncated cones (calorizer). Chanakh is white or light yellow in color.
Currently, Armenia is the main producer of Chanakh cheese. Cheese makers add some varieties of white wines, natural honey, and various syrups to the brine. Cheese aging varies from 1 to 2 months.
Calorie content of Chanakh cheese
The calorie content of Chanakh cheese is 285 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition and useful properties of Chanakh cheese
Chanakh cheese has many beneficial properties for the human body, which is due to its rich vitamin and mineral composition.
In its composition, Chanakh cheese contains vitamins A, E, C, B2, B6, B12, PP, folic acid and microelements calcium, phosphorus, honey, sodium.
Due to its composition, Chanakh cheese has a beneficial effect on the bone tissue of the body and the human nervous system, improves vision and facial skin.
The use of Chanakh cheese in cooking
In cooking, Chanakh cheese is used as an independent appetizer (calorizator). It is also added to various salads and casseroles.