Mozzarella cheese is an unripened soft cheese from the pasta-filata family originating from the Battipaglia region of Italy. Traditionally, it was made from buffalo milk. In Poland and other European countries, it is made from cow’s milk and, according to this, the process requires some modification. The finished cheese is soft and white, has a glossy surface and is stretchy. It owes its properties to the action of lactic acid.

Mozarella, due to its form, has great culinary potential – it works well on sandwiches, in salads, and as an ingredient in casseroles or sauces.