Bulgarian white cheese is a feta variation known in Bulgaria, Macedonia and other Balkan countries as "Sirene". Made from sheep’s milk, Sirene is a tad saltier than Greek feta and has a creamier texture, with a hint of yogurt overtones. Bulgarian white cheese is often used in traditional pastry dishes such as Banitsa (Tiropita) and Shopska salad (similar to Greek salad).
نام فارسی: پنیر سفید بلغاری
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