Seadas with Assile

Seadas are a typical Sardinian dessert, if not quintessential Sardinian dessert! They are prepared with a particular dough, which is then filled with cheese, given a light lemon zest and finally fried. The result is simply amazing. Our Assile cheese is perfect to...

Ravioli with ricotta filling

There is no better way to enjoy the mouthwatering taste of our ricotta than using it to prepare the filling for the Ravioli, an other typical recipe of Sardinian culinary tradition. It is amazing how only a few, well balanced ingredients, can deliver such a great...

The cheese’s Names

It has been quite difficult to find names which could “fit” the features of our cheeses. After many discussions we finally made it! However, it is even more difficult to translate that in a foreign language – I would say impossible! Most of the names recall daily life...

The ricotta: a non-cheese!

Ricotta isn’t a “real” cheese as it might be considered. It always is done after the production of cheese because it uses the whey left over from the cheese’s production. The whey is slowly stirred with a wooden spoon (called “piova”) and heated to about 78-80 °C; the...

The beginning!

When the hard work of a lifetime is done with a dream in mind, and when this dream becomes reality… this is the sentence that came up the day we decided to create the cheese factory’s Facebook page… it encloses the soul of this project: our dad’s dream to have us all...

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