The Asiago is a semi-firm Italian cheese that is made from the milk of a cow. There are two types of Asiago available in the market, which are the aged and fresh. The aged Asiago has a tangy flavor, meanwhile, the fresh Asiago has a little bit of sweet taste.
Asiago is typically used for many dishes that complement for grating cheese such as soups, salad and pasta. I’m sure a lot of you do not have this ingredient in your pantry, that is the main reason why I have made a list of many ingredients that can work as an Asiago cheese substistute.