Smoked Gouda goes well with a variety of breakfast dishes, especially ones with eggs. Throw some shredded Gouda on scrambled eggs to give the dish a cheesy twist. Fold smoked Gouda, smoked sausage, red bell peppers, green bell peppers, and onions into an omelet for a southwest breakfast with a smoky taste.
Country of origin: Indian
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Smoked Gouda is a bit nuttier tasting than the regular Gouda. Containing 45% butterfat, it’s buttery, creamy, and smooth with sweet and salty notes. As with all cheeses, be sure to enjoy it at room temperature and it will literally melt on your tongue.Common uses: Commonly used as a standalone table cheese. Look and feel: Smoked Gouda is traditionally smoked in brick ovens over flaming hickory chip embers. This hard cheese has an edible, brown rind and a creamy, yellow interior.