Fresh kaymak has a dense, creamy texture and a characteristic buttery, slightly salty taste.
Kaymak – salted cream, made from boiled milk – is an integral part of Balkan cuisine. As opposed to regular kaymak, the fresh variety is not matured, which makes both its taste and aroma a bit salty, but quite subtle. During salting, the consistency of the cream becomes a bit harder.
whole cow’s milk
various package sizes
How to enjoy
Kaymak is usually served as an accompaniment to grilled meat or grilled food in general; however, it is equally delicious when served simply as a spread. While it is an indispensable ingredient in mashed potatoes, its aroma and taste also nicely develop in combination with various sauces.
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