RECIPES

Imam Bayildi

IMAM BAYILDI (The Imam Fainted) Eggplants stuffed with vegetables. There are many stories about the origin of the name of this Turkish dish. Here is one of them. A long time ago there lived a Turkish imam, well known for his appetite and love of good food. One day he surprised his friends by announcing his...
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Piroshki with Potato

PIROSHKI WITH POTATO RUSSIAN STYLE. Piroshki (or Pirozhki)  is a word for an individual-sized baked or fried buns stuffed with a variety of fillings. Piroshki are known as Russian hand pies with different types of fillings. Almost any product can be a filling for piroshki, but the most popular contain meat fillings (usually cooked and grounded beef) or a...
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Borani Pilaf

BORANI PLOV (PUMPKIN PILAF) Pilaf or Plov is the signature dish of Azerbaijani cuisine. It served on special occasions and known in Azerbaijan as Ash or Plov. The rice in Azerbaijani Pilaf should never be sticky. The basic cooking method is to parboil and then steam the rice. Pilaf is usually served as its own dish on a...
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Shirin Pilaf

SHIRIN PLOV (SWEET PILAF) Pilaf or Plov is the signature dish of Azerbaijani cuisine. It served on special occasions and known in Azerbaijan as Ash or Plov. The rice in Azerbaijani Pilaf should never be sticky. The basic cooking method is to parboil and then steam the rice. Pilaf is usually served as its own dish on a...
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Shor-Gogal

Shor-Gogal is a popular, non-sweet multilayered bun with a savory, aromatic filling. This Azerbaijani pastry prepared for the spring holiday Novruz together with sweet pastries such as Pakhlava and Shekerbura.  According to tradition, the round, yellow Shor-Gogal represents the sun and the crescent-shaped Shekerbura represents the moon. Shor-Gogals are holiday pastries, but nowadays they are enjoyed year-round. Cup...
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