|Place of origin||Afghanistan|
|Main ingredients||Noodles, vegetables, broth (tomatoes), chaka|
|Cookbook: Aush Media: Aush|
Aush (Pashto/Persian: اَښ] sometimes spelled Ash or Āsh, is an Afghan soup dish made with noodles and different vegetables in a tomato-based broth. It is topped with chaka (yogurt sauce) and dried/crushed mint leaves.
Aush is typically made with a variation of ingredients but may include; flat wheat noodles, tomato, turmeric, vegetables (broccoli, carrots, onion, celery, spinach, garlic, jalapeño), legumes (chickpeas, kidney beans), herbs (dill, mint, coriander, minced cilantro), yogurt and ground lamb, beef or chicken. Unlike the Iranian, Azerbaijani, Caucasian, and Turkish version of soup named Āsh, the Afghani version of the soup is more likely to have tumeric, tomatoes or a tomato broth, and spicy chile pepper.
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