Uzbek National Dishes
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Tue May 1 12:32:36 UTC 2001
Greetings from Urgench, Uzbekistan. Yesterday, I walked all across
town, found this place, AOL didn't work, sent a message from Hotmail, and
now I see it didn't arrive and I forgot to save it. It was on Turkmenistan
UZBEK NATIONAL DISHES
by T. Khudayshukurov, A. Makhmudov, R. Ubaydullaev
96 pages hardcover
Pg. 10: ...green radish, named _margilan_...
Pg. 11: MAIDALANGAN RADISH.
Pg. 13: YAKHNA GOOSHT. This dish is spread all over the republic.
Pg. 15: SHOORVA AND MASTAVA (meat soups with vegetables or rice).
Pg. 28: MASTAVA. After kainatma shoorva mastava is the most often home
cooked meat soup.
Pg. 29: UGRO SOUPS.
Pg. 34: GUZHA.
Pg. 36: MOSH-HOORDA.
Pg. 39: MOSHKOVOK.
Pg. 42: PALOV (PILAW).
Pg. 55: MOSHKICHIRI.
Pg. 63: CHUCHVARA. Chuchvara (meat-balls coated with dough)...
Pg. 64: MANTI (STEAMED BIG MEATBALLS COATED WITH DOUGH).
Pg. 78: SHASHLIK.
Pg. 85: SHIRCHOY. Shirchoy is cooked all over Uzbekistan. Its basis is
strong infusion of tea with milk and salt.
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