RECIPES

Badimjan Borani

BADIMJAN BORANI (Vegetable Ragu) Borani (accent on the last syllable) - very healthy and easy to make Azerbaijani-style vegetarian dish. *A full-sized picture of this dish is available in the Gallery. Ingredients for 2 servings: 1 onion 1 green bell pepper 2 eggplants 2 tomatoes 2 potatoes ½ bunch of cilantro 2 gloves of garlic Salt and Pepper to taste 3 tablespoons of olive oil Preparation: Wash all...
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Sabzi Qovurma

SABZI QOVURMA (herbs and meat stew) The word “sabzi” in the name of the dish came into Azerbaijani language from Iran. In the Persian language, “sabzi” means “green,” and it can refer to either herbs or vegetables. *A full-sized picture of this dish is available in the Gallery. Ingredients: 1½ lb (700 g) lamb or beef 1 large...
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Khash (tendon stew)

KHASH (or Xash) - cow foot tendon stew/soup, is one of the most popular Azerbaijani dishes eaten during weekends in the winter. It may not look very appealing at first, but when the tendons are cooked correctly they have an amazing, silky taste. Khash has to be cooked for a minimum of 8 hours or until the...
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Bozartma (Lamb Stew)

BOZARTMA (LAMB STEW). The word "bozartma" is an Azerbaijani word derived from the Turkish word "bozartmaq", which means cooked (boiled) chunk of meat. It is a national Azerbaijani dish; a kind of stew made with lamb meat and vegetables.  *A full-sized picture of this dish is available in the Gallery. Ingredients for 4 servings: 4 lamb...
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Kufta-Bozbash

KUFTA-BOZBASH Kufta is one of the most popular Azerbaijani national dishes. It is served as a first and a second course meal at the same time and made of ground lamb or beef formed into medium-sized balls. The word “kufta” (or kyufta) is derived from the Persian word “kuftan,” which means “to beat” or “to grind,” because, traditionally,...
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