Shalap, Chalob (Kyrgyz)

qatiq, sat, carbonated water.

Chalap is a traditional Kyrgyz beverage that is typically found in rural areas. It is made with a combination of still or carbonated water, salt, and qatiq – a fermented milk product of thick consistency. Many Westerners consider chalap an acquired taste, and some describe its flavour as liquefied, pungent, salty, smoked cheese. The beverage is usually consumed during summer as a refreshment.

Created Oct. 10, 2020 by: atasneem

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