Cotija is a hard, aged, white, crumbly Mexican cheese. Similar to feta, it is often sprinkled on dishes such as black beans or enchiladas or can even be used as a salt substitute in salads and potatoes.
It is a very dry cheese that does not melt when heated. Cotija is also sometimes called queso añejo.

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