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Beşbarmaq, or Beshbarmak (Kyrgyz: бешбармак, Kazakh: беcбармақ, Bashkir: бишбармаҡ, bişbarmaq, Tatar: бишбармакfive finger), is the national dish among nomadic Turkic peoples in Central Asia.

The term Beshbarmak means "five fingers", because nomads used to eat this dish with their hands. The boiled meat is finely chopped with knives, mixed with boiled noodles, and spiced with onion sauce. It is usually served in a big round dish. Beshbarmak is usually served with shorpomutton broth in bowls called kese. Shorpa is usually served after this dish.

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