It is known that this name comes from the name of the Dutch village. Cheeses of this type have a special, rich taste and smooth texture. The rich, spicy shade of sun-dried tomatoes and garlic speck give the cheese an incomparable and mouth-watering taste.
These qualities make the application in cooking of this cheese simply unlimited. These are vegetable and meat salads, thick soups, omelettes, potato and cereal casseroles and, of course, the famous hot cheese sandwiches. Cheese goes well with all kinds of meat and poultry, potatoes and vegetables.