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Curd Salad

Portion: 2 Serves Preparation: 10 min Cooking: 5 min
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Hello Dear Friends,

This week, I decided to share lighter spring and even breakfast meals. One of these recipes is the breakfast curd salad, which I use when I make pies from time to time, and which I prepare from the leftover curd cheese from those pastries. I had other recipes in mind, but after my trip to Muğla, it ranked first because I like it very much to Gypsy rice :) (The Gypsy pilaf I tasted included kalamata olives and tomatoes.)

practical breakfast

I don't normally like curd cheese, so if I'm going to use it even in pastry, I try to sweeten it as much as I can. In the salad I prepared, I discovered that the more olive oil you add, the more delicious it is :)

I like to add some fresh garlic or spring onions in it. Of course, this is up to your palate.


You can prepare a practical and delicious breakfast table with cucumber and tomato cold cuts that you will flavor with a little lemon and olive oil. You can also use whatever material you want as much as you want.


Ingredients for Curd Salad Recipe

  • 100 g curd cheese
  • 1 pinch of parsley
  • 1 pinch of dill
  • salt
  • olive oil
  • 1 dessert spoon of black cumin
  • 1 sprigs of scallions
  • optional chili pepper

How to Make Curd Salad Recipe?

  1. Wash the parsley, dill and spring onions, remove the moisture with a napkin and finely chop.
  2. Take the curd cheese in a bowl and add the chopped ingredients on it.
  3. Add olive oil, salt and black cumin, mix and serve.


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"Curd Salad4 comments for ”

  • On April 30, 2014 at 17:38 PM

    Do you make curd cheese yourself? I searched on your site but couldn't find it.. I tried several times with recipes I found on the internet but failed.

  • On April 25, 2014 at 16:25 PM

    I am also from Aydın, Ms. Nilay, gypsy rice is very famous in the Aegean. But the cheese is not curd. Dryer and lumpy cottage cheese is used. Plenty of olive oil is used to remove the dryness. Your salad looks great too. Health to your hands :)

  • On April 19, 2014 at 07:33 PM

    Have a nice day, nilay lady. I ate a variation of your salad recipe in brn marmaris. They were made with curd dill, parsley, carliston pepper, seeds removed, tomatoes and corek seeds, flavored with olive oil and lemon, and served.

    • On April 19, 2014 at 09:53 PM

      Yes, they call it local gypsy pilaf :)


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