Dyushbara

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Ingredients

500 g wheat flour
1 PC. Egg
2 glass Water
500 g Mutton
2 pcs. Bow
1 tablespoon Dried mint
Ground black pepper
salt
2 l beef broth

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Dyushbara

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    Dyushbara is an Azerbaijani soup with dumplings, which in their appearance resemble Russians, but are sculpted in a certain way and should be very miniature. In Azerbaijan, they say that a hostess who has a lot of time is preparing a dushbara. since the process of preparing dumplings takes quite a long time. But it’s worth it! However, the main thing in this soup is not dumplings, but broth! It turns out just fabulous. Dushbara broth is also considered medicinal. For colds, it is served with crushed garlic sauce with vinegar.

    Dushbar broth:

    Pour a small beef bone with cold water, first put on a strong fire, as the film is removed, reduce the fire. Simmer for 2 hours, salt in the end. The broth should be transparent! Cool the prepared broth, strain through cheesecloth put a pinch of saffron and put on medium heat.

    Steps

    1
    Done

    Knead dough by mixing flour, salt, egg. Wrap it in cling film and leave for 20 minutes.

    2
    Done

    Skip the meat with an onion twice through a meat grinder.

    3
    Done

    Roll out the dough very thinly. Cut into squares (approximately 2 * 2 cm.)

    4
    Done

    Make dumplings: put a little mincemeat in the center of the square, connect the opposite corners of the square.

    5
    Done

    Bring the beef broth to a boil, send dumplings there. After 3-4 minutes dumplings will pop up, add mint. Cook for another 5 minutes. Remove from heat, add mint, cilantro. You can serve!

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