Beshbarmak is a Kyrgyzstan's dish made from bits of mutton meat or goat, mixed by hand with sopping Kyrgyz spaghetti noodles and meat broth.
Beshbarmak - “five fingers” - the traditional Kyrgyz holiday dish.
Beshbarmak refers to noodles with shredded, boiled meat in bouillon. Around Lake Issyk-Kul in Kyrgyzstan, the noodles are sometimes served with jellied potato starch rather than meat.
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