Grana Padano is the best-selling PDO cheese in the world. The culture of wellness is an intrinsic part of the production chain of this unique, inimitable cheese.
Thanks to its versatility, Grana Padano cheese enables everyone to become more creative in the kitchen. Be inspired by our suggestions.
For over sixty years, the Grana Padano Protection Consortium has united producers, maturing companies and distributors of our cheese, guaranteeing compliance with the traditional recipe and its characteristic high quality in every single cheese wheel produced.
Protecting Grana Padano also means promoting its image. This is why the Consortium promotes many activities aimed at spreading the culture of this cheese worldwide, through advertising campaigns, events and other initiatives.
Grana Padano is produced in a sustainable way. The Grana Padano Protection Consortium is comitted to managing its impact responsibly, engaging the consumer, the community in which it operates and the entire production chain.
Apple Cider served with Canapes of Homestyle Bread served with White Grapes, Prosciutto, Honey and Shavings of Grana Padano, Happy Hour, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/happy-hour-apple-cider-served-with-canapes-of-homestyle-bread-served-with-white-grapes-prosciutto-honey-and-shavings-of-grana-padano.aspx Recipes > Recipes > Happy Hour > Apple Cider served with Canapes of Homestyle Bread served with White Grapes, Prosciutto, Honey and Shavings of Grana Padano Apple Cider served with Canapes of Homestyle Bread served with White Grapes, Prosciutto, Honey and Shavings of Grana Padano Printable version Share Details . Difficulty: Easy . Serves: 4 / 6 people . [...]
Press kithttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/press-kit-v1.aspx Media > Press area > Press kit > Press kit Press kit History Origins History tells us that the famous cheese from the Po Valley was created in 1135 at the Chiaravalle Abbey , a few kilometers south of Milan. It was made so as to preserve the surplus milk produced each day, using special cauldrons, within monasteries, which can as such be considered the first dairies. The monks called it [...]
Gnocchi with meat ragù and Grana Padano petalshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/entrees-gnocchi-with-meat-ragu-and-grana-padano-petals.aspxThe ragù described here is Neapolitan style, which differs from the Bolognese mainly on the size of the meat: minced meat in the Bolognese style, and large pieces in the Neapolitan one. ... Remove the meat and clean the casserole dish using a piece of paper towel to absorb the fat. ... After browning the vegetables, replace the [...]
Rolled Meatloaf stuffed with mushrooms and Grana Padano cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/main-courses-rolled-meatloaf-stuffed-with-mushrooms-and-grana-padano-cheese.aspxDifficulty Easy Serves 4/6 people Preparation time 1 hour Type Meat Ageing Grana Padano Riserva Francesca D'Orazio Ingredients 300 g lean minced beef 150 g minced pork 90 g country style bread, crust removed soaked in a 200 ml milk and squeezed 2 eggs 50 g of grated Grana Padano Pod 50 g of Grana Padano Pod cut thin slices 300 g of champignons mushrooms 10 g of [...]
Brussel Sprout Gratin with Speck and Grana Padano PDO, Side dishes, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/side-dishes-brussel-sprout-gratin-with-speck-and-grana-padano-pdo.aspx Recipes > Recipes > Side dishes > Brussel Sprout Gratin with Speck and Grana Padano PDO Brussel Sprout Gratin with Speck and Grana Padano PDO Printable version Share Details . Difficulty: Easy . Serves: 4 people . Preparation time: 30 minutes Lactose free Ingredients 500 g Brussel sprouts 100 g Grana Padano PDO 100 g speck butter salt pepper [...]
Grana Padano cheesy cauliflower steak, Main courses, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/main-courses-grana-padano-cheesy-cauliflower-steak.aspxThose day are far gone now, there are no respectable restaurant in London that has never had a cauliflower steak on their menu, and when you add tasty Grana Padano cheese to the equation, what seems to be just an alternative to meat for vegetarian people becomes one of the most ordered item of the menu.
Aubergine Milanese with Grana Padano hot espuma, Starters, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/starters-aubergine-milanese-with-grana-padano-hot-espuma.aspx Preparation time: 1 h (plus rising), and cooking time: 50 minutes Aubergine Milanese is a great alternative to veal or chicken if you are trying to eat less meat.
Pan-cooked beef rolls filled with prosciutto crudo, fresh tomatoes, Grana Padano and rocket, Main courses, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/main-courses-pan-cooked-beef-rolls-filled-with-prosciutto-crudo-fresh-tomatoes-grana-padano-and-rocket.aspxLay out the slices of meat, put some of the stuffing mix on top of each slice, then roll up and use a toothpick to secure the rolls.
Timballo of pasta with eggplantshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/complete-meals-timballo-of-pasta-with-eggplants.aspxThere are many variations for this recipe, made with meat ragù or with meatballs, salami or ham, enriched with peas or artichokes, sometime boiled eggs are added as well with “primo sale” or other local cheese from Ragusa area.
Salad of Figs, Lamb’s Lettuce, Prosciutto and Grana Padano PDO, Side dishes, recipes with italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/side-dishes-salad-of-figs-lambs-lettuce-prosciutto-and-grana-padano-pdo.aspx Recipes > Recipes > Side dishes > Salad of Figs, Lamb’s Lettuce, Prosciutto and Grana Padano PDO Salad of Figs, Lamb’s Lettuce, Prosciutto and Grana Padano PDO Printable version Share Details . Difficulty: Easy . Serves: 4 people . Preparation time: 10 minutes Lactose free Ingredients 150 g lamb’s lettuce 100 g Grana Padano PDO in shavings 8 figs [...]