Queso fresco is a  white crumbly cheese which is made by curdling fresh milk using an acid like lemon juice or vinegar and then pressing the resulting curds into a block.  The cheese as the name implies is eaten fresh within a few days of being made.

Queso Fresco

Queso Fresco 

Queso Fresco is very common on Mexico and is often used as a filling for foods such as Chillis , Quesadillas, or to crumble over salads.

 

 

 

 

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