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Kazy is a Kazakh horse sausage that is also prepared in other Central Asian countries such as
Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. Kazy made from horse meat that is often served as an appetizer
or snack. It is usually seasoned with garlic, pepper, and salt before being stuffed into natural
casings. It has a unique flavor and texture and is a popular food in Kazakhstan.
Traditional Kazakh food known as kuyrdak is made of fried liver, heart, and kidneys of lamb
or cattle, together with onions and potatoes. It is a delicious dish that is well-liked by the
In Manti, There are dumplings that include minced meat—typically lamb or beef—onions,
and seasonings inside. They are steamed and come with butter or sour cream.
They are tiny dough balls that are deep-fried and typically served with sour cream or honey.
In Kazakhstan, they are a well-liked snack or morning item.
The historical significance of this dish lies in the fact that the nomads, who were constantly
on the move, could not afford any lengthy cooking processes, so everything had to be done
as quickly as possible: pieces of dough were thrown into a cauldron in boiling, bubbling oil,
and after 30 to 40 seconds, the finished meal was brought out.