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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