What is Dough?
The word dough is an objective adjective of the verb “to melk”, so it literally means “milked”. Dough is one of the most famous traditional drinks in Iran. Dough was originally considered a by-product of butter in Iran. In this way, high-fat yogurt was first diluted with water and then the fat was separated with musk and the rest was used as buttermilk. With the technological change in the butter production process, the method of making buttermilk as a fermented milk drink has also changed today.
Abshar Dough is a milk drink made from a mixture of pasteurized yogurt, water, essential vegetable oils, and salt. This product contains an average of 50% of the ingredients and nutritional value of yogurt. Since no additives or preservatives are used in its production, it is not only a valuable food, but also very important for the health of consumers.