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Some Dishes of Dagestan Cuisine

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  • 1. Some Dishes of Dagestan Cuisine
  • 2. Shashlik (kebabs) Shashlik is one of the most popular dishes with both men and women here in Dagestan. It is cooked from marinated mutton,tomatoes and onions.
  • 3. The pieces of meat, onion and sometimes tomatoes are stringed on the spades and are fried on a special frying stove called mangal.
  • 4. Served hot, may be served with wine or brandy.
  • 5. Avar Khinkal
    • The dough is made with yogurt. Then rolled out to 5 m.m. thick and cut into pieces. Boiled to the readiness and served with boiled lamb meat and garlic sauce. Pierce with the fork when taking the khinkal from the boiling water.
  • 6. Manty (Pies with meat prepared on the steam) Make a dough mixing flour, salt and water. Roll out thin and cut into pieces 10x10 cm. Put the meat filling inside. Cover with the left dough and prepare on the steam.
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  • 8. Serve with garlic sauce, or with melted butter with red pepper.
  • 9. Chebureky
    • They may be called fried Caucasian pies.
    • Prepare the dough mixing water, flour and salt. Make thick sausages, cut them into pieces and make dough balls.
  • 10. Leave for fifteen minutes and then roll the balls into thin circles. Put meat filling and fry in a frying pan with oil until they become gold.
  • 11. Chudu The recipe is nearly the same as cooking chebureks with the only difference that you can use different fillings – minced meat with different flavorings, boiled pumpkin stuffing, cheese and curds, etc.
  • 12.
    • Roll the dough balls into circles,
    • Put the stuffing on the first circle, take another one and cover the circle with the stuffing. Press tightly the edges or cut them with the special dough wheel.
  • 13. Kurze
    • The dough is made from water, salt and flour. Roll out thin and cut circles with the cup or glass. Prepare the filling – minced lamb meat with spices.
  • 14. Make either of such shape as in the previous picture or like dumplings. Boil until all of them come up.
  • 15. Serve hot with garlic sauce or sour cream with minced garlic.
  • 16. Fried Eggplants Take some good size eggplants, cut them along and rub them with salt. Leave for half and hour, them wash in plenty of water. Fry on a frying pan in sunflower oil. Serve hot. Enjoy!
  • 17. The recipe is the same, but cut the eggplants into round pieces not too thick. Fry in plenty of oil. Serve with tomatoes and sour cream or mayonnaise.
  • 18. Enjoy! If you have got interested, we’ll send you the recipes.

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