Caciocavallo Silano can be eat alone or simply with some rustic, durum wheat bread, choosing between many products of Souther Italy, as Pane di Altamura or Pane di Cutro, candidated to get the PDO mark.
This cheese is also perfect to enrich some typical recipes. In fact, it is the main ingredient for many meridional recipes. For example, it can be used to realize the delicious eggplant rolls or the typical “parmigiana di melanzane”.
Caciocavallo Silano blends perfectly also with many pasta dishes, as the classic “pasta ripiena alla calabrese”, filled with meatballs, tomato sauce, Soppressata di Calabria and other italian cheese, like Pecorino Romano PDO.
For the fact that it is a salty and spicy product, especially in the hard version, Caciocavallo Silano can easily tolerate pairing with typical Calabrian cold cuts, as Soppressata, Capocollo and Salsiccia di Calabria, all PDO.