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The most common and traditional dishes in Kazakhstan
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06.11.2019

The most common and traditional dishes in Kazakhstan

Kuyrdak

Kuyrdak is one of the oldest and traditional dishes in Kazakh cuisine. Kuyrdak mainly cooked from various types of meat including mutton, liver, kidney, heart, and lungs, except pork.

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Ingredients:

Liver — 1 pcs.

Heart — 1 pcs.

Lung.

Kidneys — 4 pcs.

Onions — 500 gr.

Potatoes — 1200 gr.

Salt — 3 tbsp.

Black pepper — 1 tbsp.

Bay leaf — 2 pcs.

Garlic — 3 cloves.

Vegetable oil — 150 ml.


Orama


Orama is a traditional steamed pie of Kazakh and Kyrgyz cuisines, usually served as a second or main dish.

Orama.jpg

Ingredients:

For the dough:

Flour — 450-500 gr.

Egg — 1 p.

Water — 200 ml.

Salt — 1 tsp.


Filling:

Meat — 400 gr.

Broadtail fat — 75 gr.

Onion — 450 gr.

Potatoes — 480 gr.

Salt — 1.5 tbsp.

Black pepper — 2 tsp.

Source: @assel_aliaskarovna


Chak-chak


Chak-chak is a traditional Tatar and Bashkir sweet, which is incredibly popular in Central Asia. Kazakhstanis often cook or buy homemade chak-chak at bazaars and stores.

Chakchak.jpg

Ingredients:

For the dough:

Flour — 250-300 gr.

Egg — 3 pcs.

Salt — 1 chip.

Soda — 0.5 tsp.


For the syrup:

Honey — 1 tbsp.

Sugar — 1 tbsp.

Walnuts.

Vegetable oil — 1 l.

Source: @receptyviktoria


Lagman

Lagman is a traditional dish of Central Asian cuisine, especially popular in Kazakhstan.

Lagman.jpg

Ingredients:

For the dough:

Flour — 500 gr.

Egg — 1 pc.

Water — 200 ml.

Salt — half of tsp.


For the gravy:

Meat — 500 gr.

Onions — 1-2 pcs.

Carrots — 1 pc.

Bell pepper — 1-2 pcs.

Garlic — 2 cloves.

Tomato juice — 1-2 cups.


Baklava

Baklava is another popular sweet in Kazakhstan, which is even served at weddings, birthdays and holidays.

Baklava.jpg

Ingredients:

For the dough:

Flour — 500 gr.

Oil — 100 gr.

Eggs — 2 pcs.

Milk — 250 ml.

Sugar — 2 tsp.

Yeast — 1 tsp.

Salt — 1 tsp.


For filling:

Walnuts — 400 gr.

Sugar — 200 gr.


Syrup:

Sugar — 200 gr.

Water — 200 ml.

Honey — 100 gr.

Source: @recepti_mumishka