Uzbek cuisine recognized the tastiest in the world! Why?

Our country won 34% of the votes in the contest National Geographic Traveler Awards and confidently ahead of second and third place finishers Italy (21%) and Azerbaijan (17%). By the way, we want to remind you that National Geographic Traveler Awards is a unique competition, which annually helps travelers discovers new “best of the best” places for holidays that will surely inspire the journey of every reader.

I also want to share with you my Top 5 must-have dishes try in Uzbekistan.

1 Tandoor samsa – Uzbek pies various forms of puff pastry and stuffing from meat or pumpkin.

2 Lagman is a popular dish in Central Asia. Lagman consists of 2 parts – noodles and vaji, which are prepared separately and then combined.

3 Nukhat shurak – a dish with a delicate taste, in which combines chickpeas and lamb. His birthplace is the Samarkand region. Served on Samarkand flatbread.

4 Pilaf is a real symbol of the national kitchens. Each city prepares it differently. there are over 100 recipes, but even with such an abundance of Uzbek pilaf has its own a special taste that you will not find in any country.

5 Kazan Kabob – lamb or beef meat per

cauldron in large pieces with vegetables. You will definitely have the opportunity try these delicious national dishes cuisine during our tour to Uzbekistan.

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