How is Boza made? The Boza recipe at home

How is Boza made? The Boza recipe at home

Boza is a popular beverage. Boza is a popular beverage especially in Turkey and Balkan countries.

According to the information obtained, boza, which is generally made from millet, is made using corn, barley, rye, oat, wheat, buckwheat, bitter, gernik, sometimes rice and bread, and rarely hemp flour. Boza is a beverage made by fermenting it according to the main product of the place where it is made in other countries.

Ingredients for Boza

  • 3 cups bulgur
  • 2.5 cups of sugar
  • And 1 packet of vanilla
  • 2 teaspoons of powdered yeast
  • 4-5 liters of drinking water

Add the bulgur to the large pot. Then leave it overnight with 2 liters (10 cups) of hot water on it.

In the morning, add hot water again until the bulgur, which absorbs its water, is covered, and put it on the stove.

Boil the bulgur until it is mashed.

Then mash the mixture with a blender. Add hot water from time to time and try to thicken it.

When it cools down, leaven the yeast with warm water and 5 tablespoons of granulated sugar and then add it. Allow it to ferment, stirring occasionally.

The readiness of our boza will be evident by the fact that it is covered with foam.

It is very important to stir the boza frequently, otherwise it will become bitter. Add sugar and vanilla last and mix again.

Keep the boza you prepared in the refrigerator and consume it within two days.

You can use cinnamon or roasted chickpeas while serving boza.

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