Katyk refers to yoghurt made from sour cream in Uzbekistan and also in Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries.. Katyk is often used in cooking in Kazakhstan. Central Asia which includes the 2 countries mentioned above has a reputation for the richness and delicacy of its fermented dairy products and the most predominant is Katyk.

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