Kuymak is a regional meal of Turkey's Black Sea region's sides. Its primary ingredients are corn meal and cheese. and is typically served with bread and a spoon. It is also popular in Georgia, Azerbaijan and some regions of Caucasus.
Muhlama, also referred to as "mihlama", is a similar dish.
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