Naboulsi Cheese- جبنه نابلسيه


One of the traditional Middle Eastern brined cheese, particularly in Palestinian , Jordan and neighboring countries.Named after the city of Nablus in Palestine that is famous for its production and usage in the most famous dessert , Kunafeh Nabulssya. It is produced mainly from goat and sheep milk, although cow's milk can be used. It's white and rectangular in shape, and is semi-hard. It becomes soft and elastic when heated. It is a typical ewe’s or goat’s milk cheese, but is traditionally flavored with mahlab (Prunus mahaleb) and mastic (Pistacia lentiscus) added to the boiling brine. It is commonly used as a salty table cheese and as a major ingredient of knafeh.


Other names: Naboulsi



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