Wallace and Gromits favourite and is good for calcium, phosphorus, vitamin B12, riboflavin (B2), zinc and iodine
Try serving with fruit cake and an apple for a perfect luchtime treat
Wensleydale cheese has been made in Wensleydale since 1150, when the Cistercian monks first settled in the dale, and established a monastery at Fors, just four miles from Hawes. When young, Wensleydale has a milky freshness and hint of lemon. As it matures so the flavours become more complex with a slightly sweet honey flavoured background. Wensleydale is a crumbly cheese but becomes firmer as it ages and much drier.
To try a great apple crumble with Wensleydale click here
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The RDA/RI's below are based on an average adult and the portion size set above