Gastronomic dinner with the Sattorov family New

Samarkand. Bukhara Street, 123 +998-91-153-00-10
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Make your trip in Samarkand enjoyable and delicious with the Sattarov family...

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  • 1-cuisine

  • Sikh kebab

    Six kebab is popularly called shashlik. "Shashlik" means "Sikh" in old Turkic languages, because "shish" means Sikh. "Kabob" means roasting. That is, this food, which is fried on a sikh, is taken from the most ancient dishes of mankind, especially primitive herdsmen. In those days, six was made of non-metal, of course. People cooked pieces of meat on sticks. It is impossible to keep pieces of meat lined up horizontally, because it will burn and fall off. For this purpose, wooden six (skewers) with meat were stuck vertically into the ground and cooked by exposing them to coals from the side where the wind blows. The custom of putting a piece of oil on the end of the kebab is from that time. This fat melted and seeped into the rows of meat below. Now, putting fat on the tip of the kabob is only a matter of construction and has no practical value, because the fat on the tip of the kabobs, which are placed horizontally on the fire, will flow out and catch fire without getting absorbed into the meat. "Shish" is six and its height is described in the book "Kyrgyz cuisine". For kebabs, thigh and thigh meats, buttock fat are food and always cut into the size of the first joint of the head bar. That is, it will be pieces of 15-16 grams. The fat is cut in the same size. Put it in a bowl and sprinkle with salt, cumin, coriander seeds and pepper. Finely chop the onion and mix well. That is, the meat is taken in handfuls and thrown back into the pan. It is mixed with mineral water, so that the water, onion juice, salt and spices are well absorbed into the meat. Only then will the kebab cook well. If there is freshly slaughtered sheep or beef, it can be cut without vinegar, sprinkled with salt and cooked in a six. Even if the meat itself is fresh, but it has become dry due to wind, it is vinegared. During pickling, spices, onion juice, mineral water and sour juices such as pomegranate, cherry, tomato are crushed. Kebab meat is cooked only on the basis of boiling water. This is the purpose of pickling, if the meat is not tender, the surface will quickly burn on the coals, and the heat will not penetrate inside the shell, as a result, the top will be burnt and the inside will be raw, and the good food will be wasted. Well-ground meat can be immediately transferred to the sieves and cooked, and unground meat can be left in a cool place for several hours to absorb the juices and spices. When we say vinegar, we should not come to the conclusion that vinegar is added to it, some people add vinegar to raw meat and take it away. It is a mistake to do this, because vinegar (especially white vinegar) will remove all the fat from the meat, it will be difficult to cook, and even if it is cooked, it will be tasteless. In fact, it is eaten by sprinkling vinegar on the face of the ready kebab. For this purpose, we recommend using only grape, apple and fig vinegars. Sliced ​​meat is cut into four, six, or eight pieces depending on the length of the thigh, and traditionally the last piece is the thigh.

  • Liver kebab

    Take the liver of a freshly slaughtered sheep or cow and cut it into 15-16 grams of fat. After this, the pistachios are cooked on coals. It should be noted that the liver kebab should not be over-fried and harden. It is better to eat the liver kebab while it is still hot, if it gets cold, both the taste and the health will be reduced. Liver kebab is served on the table with cumin-onion and fresh vegetable side dishes.

  • 2-cuisine

  • Steamed dumplings-Manti

    Manti is a classic dish popular in the cuisines of Turkic and Muslim nations: the Caucasus, Turkey, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and even China and Korea. In Russia and the post-Soviet region, manti is a very popular dish from the Central Asian republics of the former Soviet Union. The origin of the dish is still unknown. Many facts, including etymological evidence, indicate that this recipe originated in China and spread further along the Great Silk Road. Traditionally, manti is cooked in a special device called a manti cooker, manti cooker, manti pot or manti-kaskan. A manti pot is usually multi-layered. Water is poured into the lower chamber and the upper compartments have steam vents (lappays) that allow cooking. In a manti pot, you can cook 40 or more manti at a time. Depending on the ingredients, there are types of manti, such as kok manti, meat manti, pumpkin manti, mint manti and potato manti.

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