Very strong broth in which the meat has been cooked.
Salted cottage cheese in the form of rolls and dried in the sun
Sour fat crumbly cottage cheese
Fried dough (fried bread) popular on the tables of Kazakh banquets. The shape could be circular or triangular.
Shubat is the camel's milk and can be found, mixed with tea, as an aperitif as part of a classic meal in Kazakhstan.
Kumis is a dairy product obtained through fermentation of raw unpasteurized mare's milk (usually a couple of days). During the fermentation, lactobacilli bacteria acidify the milk, and yeasts turn it into a carbonated and mildly alcoholic drink. Kumis keeps for just a few days before it goes off completely and so its manufacture only takes place at those times of year when mares are actively lactating.