Dushbara

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Dushbara
Dushbara Azerbaijani cuisine.jpg
Region or state Azerbaijan
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Flour, ground beef, onions, herbs, salt, black pepper and tomatoes.
Cookbook: Dushbara  Media: Dushbara

Dushbara (Azerbaijani: Düşbərə) is a traditional Azerbaijani dish of dumplings made of dough and filled with ground meat and condiments.[1] It is also spelled düşbere or düşbere. Typical ingredients include flour, ground beef, onions, herbs, salt, black pepper and tomatoes.

Very similar dishes with cognate names are found in Central Asian cuisines. These are chuchvara in Uzbek cuisine and tushbera in Tajik cuisine.

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