Maasdammer
Maasdammer - Swiss Style Cheese

Maasdammer
Maasdammer - Swiss Style Cheese

Smoked Turkey Sandwich
Maasdammer - Swiss Style Cheese

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Swiss Style Cheese

Maasdammer

Maasdammer is a Swiss-type cheese, made from part skim-milk. It has a rich, creamy flavor and a smooth, firm texture with 25% less salt than other Dutch cheeses. Our Maasdammer won the first price in both 1984 and 2010 in the Baby-Swiss category in the Madison Wisconsin World Championship Cheese Contest.

Ingredients & Nutrition Facts

Ingredients: Pasteurized skimmed cow’s milk, salt, cheese cultures, animal rennet, annatto color.


Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 1oz (30g) Servings: Varied, Amount/Serving: Calories 100, Fat Cal. 70, Total Fat 8g (12% DV), Sat Fat 4g (20% DV), Trans Fat 0g (0% DV) Cholesterol 30mg (9% DV), Sodium 180mg (7% DV), Total Carb. 0g (0% DV), Fiber 0g (0% DV), Sugars 0g, Protein 7g, Vit A 4%, Vit C 0%, Calcium 20%, Iron 0%.

*Percent of daily values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Recipes

Smoked Turkey Sandwich

  • I loaf of Hearty Bread
  • 1/2 pound (1/3 kg) of sliced Maasdammer
  • 1 pound (1/2 kg) of smoked turkey
  • 2 roasted peppers
  • 2 roma tomatoes
  • 6 leaves of lettuce
  • Stone ground mustard

  • 1. Slice bread into thick slices and spread with mustard.
    2. Layer turkey, vegetables and Maasdammer®, then top the sandwich with another slice of bread.
    3. Serve with green salad or soup.

    Serving Suggestions

    Appetizer & Main Course

  • You can use Maasdammer in any recipe that calls for swiss cheese. It's excellent creamy flavor will compliment any recipe from a simple omlette or sandwich to fondue or lasagna.

  • Try Maasdammer as an appetizer. He have pictured here cuts of Maasdammer, served with grilled sausage, sliced and toasted rustic bread and tapenade.
  • Beverage Match:

    Merlot or Hefeweizen.

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