Serving 350 Guests at a Rare DOUBLE Wedding in Uzbekistan!

Serving 350 Guests at a Rare DOUBLE Wedding in Uzbekistan!
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Special thanks to Bekruz Hamzaev (Instagram: @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 obtaining a tourist visa to visit Uzbekistan, visit: http://bit.ly/UzbekVisa
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» THE WEDDING FOOD

🍲MASTAVA: Cook rice, beef, vegetables (carrot, onion, potato), paprika and variety of herbs and spices. Allow it to cook for 5-6 hours to get the best taste.
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🤤MOSHKICHKIRI: Combine mung beans, rice and beef and allow it to cook for about 6 hours, until it creates a paste like texture. Top it off with a dollop of sour cream and enjoy.
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🍖BEEF DIMLAMA: Cook lean beef for 5-6 hours, until it becomes very tender.
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46 Comments

  1. Brides weren't thrilled huh? Not to say you were under dressed, but when does that hanky come off your head?

    Lovely Uzbek women by the way but I don't think they'd appreciate Western humor.

  2. I thought I was the only one who loved and actually started to wish to go to Uzbekistan someday to eat all that good food and party, loved everything but the sad faces on the brides

  3. This is the Best Wedding I've ever seen. But do the Brides ever get to see their family again?  I was confused on that.  Maybe I missed the facts of it?

  4. Sonny you need to make another trip to Uzbekistan with Bekruz. I already watch all of them maybe five time. But still wanting more. Please just do it. Please….. 😢

  5. While watching Madagascar street food review and I accidentally stumbled upon these fantastic videos about Uzbekistan. BTW, I am from Uzbekistan. Lol. Feel free to visit our country.

  6. I attended a formal event in Kazakhstan where the table was filled with food and I thought that it was whole meal.. after attacking the food on the table, the 3 course meals started coming out and I was completely confused… (by the way – I am from Fiji in the middle of the Pacific Ocean). Our culture is so different in some ways and the same in others. I love the tradition, tried the fermented horse milk, horse soup and horse cheese…. at the end of the trip, I came back to my humble Pacific home feeling like a Queen.

  7. Those women weren't smiling, because they were literal kidnapped brides. What the fuck BEFRS. Shame on you for glorifying (again) how badly women are treated in these countries. You can enjoy the food without condoning the abuse these women face.

  8. Sonny, the reason they were upset is because some Random guy in jeans and a Bandanna is at their wedding… Im a big fan BTW!!!!!!! Maybe a Suit and a bandanna next time

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