Amazing Kuymak Recipe – Make Turkish Food At Home

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22 Responses

  1. Sofiane says:

    Very nice receipe well explained and easy
    I love Turkish food
    and really nice and clean website

  2. Cat Pillar says:

    Cornmeal with butter, water and cheese?
    That’s like … a cheesy mealiemeal!

    It must be FAN-TAS-TIC! I’m going to try it for brekkers tomorrow – I seriously never ever thought of adding cheese to my porridge!

    So – thank you for that one.
    BTW. How long must I let it cook for before I add the cheese?

    • Ana says:

      I’m so happy you liked it and got new ideas! Yes, this is a wonderful dish and I’m sure you will enjoy it.
      Just when you see it’s done, add cheese, stir well until it melts and it’s done!
      Bon appetit! 🙂

  3. Maja says:

    I love simple recipes, this is a must-try!

  4. I am in Trabzon and had in breakfast. Wanted to know the recipe and found you have explained step by step. Thanks

  5. Anamta Raza says:

    If we use different cheese other than trabzon one, will it have different taste or it will be same ?

    • Ana says:

      Hi Amta,

      I guess if the used cheese has a strong taste, it will influence the taste of kuymak. Try with the cheese available to you and see how you like it. Just make sure it’s some hard cheese, not cottage one.
      Let me know how it goes. 🙂
      Bon Apetite!

  6. Mini says:

    Hello , thanks a million for the recipe it has become a very easy to make dish in my house , whenever someone is tired and dont know what to cook i suggest kuymsk and everyone loves it .

    But i would like to ask you a question , if i have leftovers , how much time it will stay good in the fridge ? And how much time it will stay good at room temperature ?

    • Ana says:

      I’m so glad you liked the recipe. 🙂
      As for the time how much it will stay good, it can stay in the fridge for a few days, but the taste will not be the same. The best is to be eaten immediately, but if you lower your standards “) even after a few days you can eat it. As for outside, it depends on the season. Longer in the winter and in the summer, I would not keep it outside more than few hours.

      Hope it helps.

    • Cookie says:

      Hi I just tried it. I am a big fan of Turkish food. I have been watching a Turkish series call Sen Anlat Karadeniz. And the character Tahkir makes this as his favorite breakfast dish. I am happy that I found a simple recipe.

  7. Lyds says:

    Was looking forward to this recipe and I didn’t like it sadly. I think you have to like corn meal to enjoy this dish. I used cheddar cheese and it still was bland. Maybe I should try another?

  8. Neha says:

    Hey Ana… thanks for the recipe
    I wanted to ask if when we have to put salt and how much.. thanks

    • Ana says:

      Hi Neha,

      The amount of salt you will add depends on the cheese, how salty it is. You can put salt at the beginning of cooking. Hope you like it! Let me know, please. 🙂

  9. Ayesha says:

    Is it eaten on its own or with bread?

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