Category: First meal
Kitchen: azerbaijani


minced mutton (beef) 400 BC
beans 200 BC
broth (lamb, beef) 2.5 l.
large turnip 1 PC.
turmeric 1 tsp
Erishte wet (dry) 150 (70) g.
sliced ​​cilantro 4 tbsp. l.
dry mint 1-2 tbsp. l.
ground black pepper taste
egg 1 PC.
salt taste

Cooking method

Soak the beans overnight. Drain the water. Boil the beans in broth until tender. Salt.
Finely chop the onion. Add to the minced meat. Add half the cilantro and mint. Season with salt, pepper, add an egg. Mix everything thoroughly and beat slightly.
Blind small meatballs.
Place the meatballs in a saucepan. Mix gently. Once the meatballs come up, cook for 2-3 minutes.
Add to erishte... Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, and cook until noodles are tender (2-4 minutes). Add turmeric. Serve with dry mint and cilantro.

Cooking is not difficult. The main thing is to do it with love for your loved ones!

ang-kay, if you remove the beans, then like a grandmother's soup, hello from childhood !!
Thank you for reminding!!!
I now remember how the beauty granny made these noodles, and I loved to spin it after cutting, oh, where are my 5-6 years ...
Lerele, Ira, yes, there will be a regular noodle soup. You just need to remove the beans and add the potatoes and carrots. In any case, this is how they cook here)
Quote: Lerele
how beautiful granny made these noodles,
And mine pre-dried the pancakes themselves in a frying pan or just on a galanka stove, if in winter. The noodles were tan. But she never did a long one ..
Quote: Lerele
eh, where are my 5-6 years old
Now only in history)
:ang-kay, she, no potatoes, the most relish when long noodles and meatballs and these noodles with a whistle you suck in and it's funny, and everyone's mood rises and there is still a feeling of happiness, eh ...
LereleHow warm from these memories ... I just remembered the noodle slapping on the nose when they quickly pulled it in. And everyone laughed.

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