kasseri

/ˈkæsəri/ (say 'kasuhree)

noun
a cheese suitable for grating and cooking, which can be eaten fresh or matured, sold in waxen loaves.
{Modern Greek ka(s)seri}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Kasseri — (Greek Κασέρι; from Turkish kaşer , kaşar [Merriam Webster Unabridged [http://unabridged.merriam webster.com/cgi bin/unabridged?va=kasseri kasseri ] ] ) is a medium hard pale yellow cheese made from unpasteurized sheep milk with very little, if… …   Wikipedia

  • Kasseri — (griego κασέρι; turco kaşar) es un queso de color medio amarillo oscuro elaborado de leche de oveja o cabra, o bien una mezcla de ambas, es muy popular en Grecia y Turquía. El nombre kasseri es una denominación protegida. Usos Kasseri se puede… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kasseri — (griech.: κασέρι) ist ein weicher, goldfarbiger, cremiger Käse aus Schafs und Ziegenmilch. Er wird traditionell in Griechenland in der Region Thessalien fabriziert und sein Name ist eine geschützte Herkunftsbezeichnung. Der Käse reift mindestens… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • kasseri — noun A kind of yellow cheese …   Wiktionary

  • kasseri — kas·se·ri …   English syllables

  • kasseri — kəˈserē, kä noun ( s) Etymology: New Greek kaseri, from Turkish kaşer, kaşar : a firm to hard cheese made in Greece from goat s or sheep s milk and in the United States from cow s milk …   Useful english dictionary

  • Greek cuisine — Classic Greek salad Traditional Greek …   Wikipedia

  • List of English words of Turkic origin — This is a list of words that have entered into the English language from the Turkic languages. Many of them came via traders and soldiers from and in the Ottoman Empire. There are some Turkic words as well, most of them entered English via the… …   Wikipedia

  • Halloumi — Country of origin Cyprus Source of milk Goats or Sheep Pasteurised Commercially, but not traditionally (as process was not invented until 1862) Texture semi soft …   Wikipedia

  • Kasseropita — (Greek: Κασερόπιτα) is a pie made from kasseri. Its name is a compound word which derives from kasseri and pita (Greek for pie). It usually uses phyllo pastry and is served as a snack or as a Hors d œuvre during meals …   Wikipedia

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