Beshbarmak dish is very tasty and satisfying. Having tried a piece, you cannot tear yourself away from the plate. The meat in this dish is used of different types. In addition, I would like to separately highlight "Kazy". It is made from horse meat, which is cut from the ribs necessarily with fat. Then spices are added and the intestine is stuffed with them. Then they cook for a very long time. Another delicacy that is placed in Beshbarmak is Shuzhuk. The horse’s meat is rubbed abundantly with salt, it is allowed to infuse in a warm place for 3-4 hours, after which the horse’s intestine is stuffed and hung in a cool place. In beshbarmak it is the most delicious meat. Yes, after reading the cooking process, many of you will say that it doesn’t sound appetizing, but when you try it, you won’t be pulled by the ears. Well, okay, let's get acquainted with the recipe for beshbarmak itself.
- lamb meat - 500 grams;
- beef meat - 500 grams;
- kazy (horse sausage) - 1 piece;
- shuzhuk (horse meat sausage) - 1 piece;
- onions - 800 grams;
- bay leaf - 4 pieces;
- carrots - 1 piece;
- flour - 500 grams;
- eggs - 1 piece;
- water - 1 cup;
- salt / pepper to taste.
Beshbarmak. Step by step recipe
- We cut the meat in large pieces.
- Cook the meat on low heat for 3-4 hours.
- In the broth we put one onion in the husk, and peeled carrots.
- An hour before readiness, add bay leaf, salt.
- Add the egg, salt, water to the flour. Knead the dough.
- We give the test insist.
- Roll out the dough very thinly. We cut into 10 by 10 squares.
- Chop the onion rings.
- In a separate pan, fill the onion with bold broth.
- Cut the finished meat in large pieces. Kazi and shuzhuk cut into rings.
- Cook the dough in the broth, which is left from the meat, 3-5 minutes.
- Put the finished dough on a plate, put meat, kazy, shuzhuk and onion on top.
- By the end of the meal, the broth in the bowl is sure to be served.
For many centuries, national dishes have shown the uniqueness of the peoples of the whole world, and the study of the details of national delicacies only broadens the horizons of any modern person. "Very tasty" wishes you bon appetit! And be sure to try to cook chicken echpochmaki and Lithuanian sorcerers.