Calories, kcal: 260 Protein, g: 25.0 Fat, g: 16.0 Carbohydrates, g: 2.7
Kurt cheese is one of the types of hard cheese. The homeland of Kurt cheese are the countries of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan. This cheese is also popular in Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Tatarstan, Bashkiria.
The product belongs to the category of fermented milk, which corresponds to its name, which in translation from Kazakh means "pellet", "bun".
The technology for making Kurt cheese is unique in each region. It is made from cow, goat, and sometimes from sheep, camel or mare's milk.
It is made from curdled milk. During the production process, this milk is salted, pressed, dried (calorizer). Moreover, the resulting mass is dried in the sun. Drying of the cheese takes 2-4 days. The size of a head of Kurt cheese in diameter is no more than 15 cm.
Calorie content of cheese Curt
The calorie content of Kurt cheese is 260 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Useful properties of Kurt cheese
Curt cheese is very nutritious. Also, its beneficial properties are that its use makes it easier to endure heat.
The positive consumer characteristics include long storage and resistance to temperature drops (calorizator). For a long time, Kurt cheese has been indispensable for travelers on the road.
Kurt cheese is also known for being a natural remedy for motion sickness in transport or sailing on ships.
The use of Kurt cheese in cooking
Cheese Kurt is eaten as an independent dish, and also as a snack for beer. Kurt is added to soups, seasonings, salads, main courses.