Beshbarmak from horse sausage "Kazi"
Traditional recipe from the Kazakh horse sausage "Kazi". This is one of the most ancient recipes. Beshbarmak is translated as "five fingers", but it's the everyday name of the dish. In the literary Kazakh language this dish is called "kazaksha et", which means "meat in the Kazakh style"! This is a very simple dish came to us from Kazakhstan and became a traditional dish in countries such as Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, etc. it is Prepared in different ways: lamb and beef. Beshbarmak has become so common recipe that now you can try it in any Asian restaurant. But the real recipe of this ancient dish you can try at home! *Almost everyone met with beshbarmak first ears, then eyes, then nose and then only hands and mouth!