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Alternative names Өчпочмак
Course Main course
Place of origin Russia
Region or state Volga Region
Main ingredients
Cookbook: Öçpoçmaq  Media: Öçpoçmaq

Öçpoçmaq (/ˌɛpɒ ˈmɑːk/ or /ˌɛʃpɒʃ ˈmɑːk/;[citation needed]Cyrillic: Өчпочмак pronounced [ˌœɕpɔɕˈmɑq], literally triangle)[1] is a Bashkirs and Tatar national dish, an essential food in Bashkirs and Tatar culture. Usually, öçpoçmaq is a triangular pastry, filled with minced beef, onion and potatoes. Öçpoçmaq is eaten with bouillon or with tea.

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  1. ^ also transliterated as ochpochmaq, ochpochmak, oechpochmaq, echpochmak, uchpuchmak; sometimes known as treugolnik (треугольник) among the Russian population