Katiki is a soft cream cheese made from goat and/or goat and ewe milk and salt (1%), with a low fat content (10 -14%).

It is named Katiki Domokou, from the region where it is manufactured.  Domokos,  is a Department  of Fthiotida, Central Greece.

This type of soft cheese is eaten as a starter, in salads, in dips, in pies or on its own with bread and white wine or retsina (resinous wine).


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