A beautiful, intense colour is its distinguishing feature. But this is not the only thing that makes it special. It has a mild flavour which, when tasted, gives a slightly salty aftertaste on the tongue with noticeable fruity notes. It will certainly be an addition to many dishes for gatherings with friends. Or will it be an ingredient in the main course of a dinner for two? Certainly, many memories will be made in its company, not only the tasty ones.
It goes very well as a snack with cold beer or red wine. You can easily slice, dice or simply grate it, as it has a firm and smooth texture. Try it with Bock beer, Brown Ale or light IPA. It will be perfect on a cheese board, attracting attention with its intense colour. It will complement the taste of slightly spicier cheeses. It will taste great baked on slices of toast, accompanied by fresh vegetables. Added to a savoury tart, the colour will shine through, while roast meat will gain a depth of flavour and a slightly sweet aroma. Discover how beautiful it will look on dishes where its colour contrasts, for example, grate and roast it on cauliflower. Because of its flavour and colour, it is perfect for shashliks or cheese skewers with fruit.