On an industrial level, Dairy Cheese Powder is made by spray drying. That means it is melted down into a liquid, combined with additives, and then sprayed through a nozzle to convert it into droplets. The droplets are then blasted with hot air and vaporized, resulting in a powder.
Cheese powder provides a unique combination of taste, functionality and convenience and it’s easy to use, making it the obvious choice in virtually any application.
A high-quality Dairy Cheese Powder usually contains cheese, whey, salt and perhaps an anti-caking additive. Look for cheese powder that is a cooking additive, not one that is specifically for sprinkling over snack foods. Check the ingredient list before purchasing to avoid chemicals and additives.