Besh Barmak is the National Dish of Kyrgyzstan . The name 'Besh Barmak' means five (5) fingers. This dish is named so because it is eaten with hands. It is the final dish of a typical three (3)- course Kyrgyzstan meal. The dish is usually prepared for special celebrations such as weddings or house warming. Pieces of meat is put in a large pot with onions and boiled for two hours. Then noodles are boiled in the same water to give it a meaty flavor. The final dish is basically a thick broth of meat and noodles.
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