Dublin is the largest city in Ireland. It is also it’s capital. Over half a million people call it home and it’s one of the fastest growing cities in all of Europe. So naturally why not name a cheese after it. That is what the people at Kerrygold did with their Dubliner cheese. The package let us know that Dubliner is an “aged cheese with a distinctive taste and a natural hint of sweetness”. It is a hard cheese, similar to cheddar in texture. I found a 7 oz bar of it on sale just in time for St. Patrick’s Day at Busch’s in Saline, Michigan. It will be a great choice to serve your guests as your prepare to bring the St. Patrick’s Day feast to the table. As with all Kerrygold products, the milk that made this cheese comes from cows that eat a grass diet, which produces an excellent tasting milk.
Dubliner cheese has a bold flavor that will work in many recipes. If you are looking for some recipes for dubliner cheese are a few directly from Kerrygold.
Dubliner Cheese Steak with Grilled Vegetable Top Hats
Dubliner Chicken with Pasta, Pancetta and Arugula
Dubliner Stuffed Chicken Breast