Also Known As: Cojack cheese is also known as Colby-Jack cheese.
Cojack cheese is a semi hard cheese with softness comparable to that of Mozzarella. Colby-Jack has a shiny orange and white marbled look. It is produced from a mixture of Colby and Monterey Jack cheeses. It generally have different shapes like full-moon or a half-moon shape.
Look of cojack cheese is very similar to that of the more famous Cheddar cheese. It is yellowish-white in color but not as hard since it is prepared by using the washed curd method of cheese making. It has a mild flavor and is semi hard in nature.
The flavor of the cheese ranges from mild to mellow and its taste varies from sweet and sharp to tangy. The cheese is high in calcium and saturated fat. Colby-Jack contains 110 calories in 1 oz (28.0 g) of cheese. This cheese is very popular with Mexican dishes.
The cheese is also valued for its high nutritional content. It is a rich source of calcium and is high in saturated fats.
This Co-Jack cheese is a stirred curd cheese and it is not meant to be aged.