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Beşbarmaq (Kyrgyz: бешбармак, наарын, тууралган эт; Uzbek: norin, нарын) is the national dish of Kyrgyzstan, Bashkortostan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. [1] It is also the main course on feasts in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. It is made from meat, with chopped noodles and onion sauce.

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  1. "Kazakh Beshbarmak (Boiled meat with flat noodles)". International Cuisine. 10 March 2016.