milk, butter, sugar, vanilla, eggs, flour

Qumështor is a simple and traditional Albanian baked custard, made with eggs, milk, flour, butter, and sugar. It is typically eaten by the Orthodox population of southeastern Albania before the beginning of Lent. Qumështor is cut into individual portions and served chilled. Some variations include various flavourings, such as vanilla extract, lemon, and orange, but the original version still remains the most popular.

Modified Nov. 18, 2020

Created Sept. 27, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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