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Old 26th October 2011, 16:36   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all food enthusiasts!

I am looking for cream for cooking, like sauces etc.
Is there a turkish equivilant for this?

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Old 26th October 2011, 16:42   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Cookimg cream!

Not really. I use krema which is UHT (long life) cream, labne which is a bland cream cheese a bit like Philadelphia, and suzme yoghurt which is thick like Greek yoghurt - sometimes a mixture depending what I'm making. You can also get ricotta and marscapone in the bigger supermarkets.
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Old 26th October 2011, 16:53   #3 (permalink)
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Not really. I use krema which is UHT (long life) cream, labne which is a bland cream cheese a bit like Philadelphia, and suzme yoghurt which is thick like Greek yoghurt - sometimes a mixture depending what I'm making. You can also get ricotta and marscapone in the bigger supermarkets.
Me too Yildez

I find that they work perfectly well for most things

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Old 26th October 2011, 17:02   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Cookimg cream!

The krema we use is called Tilvisi ( or something very like that ) in a red & white carton - not cheap . approx 11 tl from Metro or Kipa
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The krema we use is called Tilvisi ( or something very like that ) in a red & white carton - not cheap . approx 11 tl from Metro or Kipa
Hi Luckcat68

I assume thats a one litre container? it certainly prices as one, going by what I pay in Altinkum. Having said that the 150ml doesn't go far even when cooking.....................
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Yes I use that brand too, the only one my local shop sells, although there's a bigger choice in the supermarkets.
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I always use Krema for sauces....and it's usually whichever one is cheapest in the supermaket on the day.
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Old 26th October 2011, 18:00   #8 (permalink)
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Krema it is! Finally my man can enjoy some proper made sauces and dishes

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Not really. I use krema which is UHT (long life) cream, labne which is a bland cream cheese a bit like Philadelphia, and suzme yoghurt which is thick like Greek yoghurt - sometimes a mixture depending what I'm making. You can also get ricotta and marscapone in the bigger supermarkets.
Yes, I agree with Yildez the Krema ans Suzme work for me.
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I normally use a soya cream for cooking, 1lt pack around 6tl, so much cheaper. I get it from our local supermarket (Sevikoglu) or at the 'English' shops in Fethiye.
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