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- n. Alternative spelling of kaymak.
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This firm, outsize patty - probably 5 or 6 inches across - packs in flavor: from the combined ground beef, veal, pork and lamb; the bouquet of spices, green pepper and onion; the scoop of kajmak, the tangy, buttery-soft Serbian cheese, melting atop it; and from the delectably tender, warm pita the burger sits on.
Every feast begins with a basket of fresh, seeded bread and kajmak, the fresh cheese spread, and ajvar, the tangy eggplant-bell pepper spread.
In the northern parts of the region, near Romania, pljeskavica and cevapi are traditionally served just with chopped onions and kajmak, a thick, tangy clotted cream usually made with sheep's or cow's milk.
Optional toppings are chopped onions, tomatoes, sour cream, kajmak, ajvar, and cottage cheese. -- posted by Roasted Garlic Dressing
You also get a small bowl of kajmak, a white spread made of feta, cream, sour cream and butter, which you spread on the bread, along with some finely chopped onions.
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