Heart Attack on a Plate! Next Level Street Food in Samarkand, Uzbekistan!

Heart Attack on a Plate! Next Level Street Food in Samarkand, Uzbekistan!
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Special thanks to Bekruz Hamzaev, Head of Marketing and Promotion of the Uzbekistan Tourism Board for an overwhelmingly yummy introduction to Uzbek food. To find out more about Uzbekistan, follow him on Instagram @bekruz_hamzaev.
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» THE SAMARKAND STREET FOOD

1. DISTRICT BAKERY: Traditional Bread
ADDRESS: Galla Orol St, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
OPEN: 5AM – 5PM
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2. LOCAL STALL: Layered Samosa
ADDRESS: Mirza Ulugbek St., Samarkand, Uzbekistan
OPEN: 11AM – 3PM

🇺🇿In Uzbekistan, samosas are typically filled with meat (mutton, chicken or beef), vegetables (pumpkin, potato or onion), mushrooms, eggs, peas, herms and even a sweet ingredient from time to time. What makes an Uzbek samosa stand out (as is the case with most Uzbek dishes) are the spices used to enhance the flavors – zira, black and red hot pepper and sesame to cover the samosa.

💸PRICE: .50 USD/4,155 UZS per samosa
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3. AXMADJON LUXOSH PLOV: Samarkand Plov
ADDRESS: Firdavsiy St., Samarkand, Uzbekistan
OPEN: 12PM – 3PM

Each region of Uzbekistan offers a unique twist to the national dish, Plov. Samarkand is known for offering “luxury” plov, which includes more ingredients and garnishes than plov in most regions.

🍚SAMARKAND PLOV: Rice, carrots, peanut, quails, beef, quail eggs, beef fat, cucumber, tomato, horse sausage, lime, lemon, basil and dill, chili, pomegranate seed and walnuts.

💸PRICE: 8 USD/66,480 UZS
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34 Comments

  1. Gigantic thanks to all funbase, you guys are the best!!! I am so happy to see all positive comments about my country, its overwhelming!!! Raxmat to everybody:)

  2. I love how many usbekistan words are common in Hindi language too..like the word "mahola" means locality, "somosa" means puffed patties

  3. It's always inspiring to watch your videos…the Uzbekistan trip is actually one of the best videos in your channel…keep up the good work…

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