This fragrant cheese is made from special sheep milk on the Croatian island of Pag with the addition of olive oil for even more sated flavor.
This fragrant cheese is made from special sheep milk on the Croatian island of Pag. This milk turns out to be very fragrant due to growing herbs on the island. They feed Paska Ovca, local sheep, with these herbs.
During maturation period, which is from four months to one and a half year, they add olive oil to paški sir to make its flavor even more sated.
you can buy it in any supermarket in Croatia, as well as in the markets (but only if you manage to distinguish a fake). The price is 200 kunas per kilogram.
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