Karol Szczęch

Karol Szczęch

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Not for nothing people from all over the world like and honor the Uzbek cuisine. It is one of the most savoury and various in tastes cuisine in Central Asia. Only names of appetizing Uzbek food make one’s mouth water. Plov, manti, shurpa, shashlik, lagman, samsa have such wonderful smell that one can’t resist the temptation to taste all these dishes piping hot.

Uzbekistan food - plov, shashlyk and other popular Uzbek dishes. Uzbek food is probably one of the main sights of Uzbekistan, which will become the discovery for all gourmets.

A family of fortune tellers in Bukhara Uzbekistan

UZBEKISTAN - a family of fortune tellers in the Silk Road city of Bukhara

Dal Bukhara Recipe - A cousin of the more popular Indian Dal Makhani, this recipe can be made richer or simpler as per the occasion demands. This humble stew is made from Indian black lentils and tomatoes.

Pakistani Food 'Dal Bukhara' Recipe - A cousin of the more popular Indian 'Dal Makhani', this recipe can be made richer or simpler as per the occasion demands. This humble stew is made from Indian black lentils and tomatoes.

Samarkand, Krakow http://www.dania-kontra-ania.blogspot.com/2014/08/samarkand-krakow.html

Samarkand, Krakow http://www.dania-kontra-ania.blogspot.com/2014/08/samarkand-krakow.html

Samarkand, Krakow http://www.dania-kontra-ania.blogspot.com/2014/08/samarkand-krakow.html

Samarkand, Krakow http://www.dania-kontra-ania.blogspot.com/2014/08/samarkand-krakow.html

Bukharan Jews, Uzbekistan: Chai Kaymoki (picture may not be of chai kaymoki, but I couldn't find one I could verify)

Silk Road Tea House in Bukhara - Picture of Silk Road Tea House, Bukhara - TripAdvisor