Anejo Enchilado is a salty and slightly spicy cheese, originally made from goat's milk but now commonly made from cow’s milk. It has a colorful rind that is formed by rolling the cheese in paprika. "Añejo" means "aged" in Spanish. When fresh, this cheese is very crumbly. When aged, it becomes firmer and can be easily shredded or grated. It is good for baking and grilling and is commonly used in making enchiladas, burritos and tacos.