This is a mouth watering awesome Armenian style steak tartare called Chee kufta by my Aunt Sophie. She made this for me special when I was visiting her, which was very often! It's important to use very, very lean beef and make sure you have the butcher ground it very fine, twice. Knead it as recipe says to: 5 minutes! No, you won't get sick if you prepare it correctly!
Well, without Chaimen, there would be no Basterma! I LOVE Basterma...It is so delicious. A real delicacy. Sliced very, very thin and eaten with The wonderful Armenian bread-Lavash. Can you tell I like Armenian food?? I can't help it-It's in my blood. Thanks to my Aunt Sophie!
This is Armenian cured spiced beef. It is a wonderful, spicy beef jerky. Serve with Pita bread and Armenian string cheese. Heaven. You must serve this very thinly sliced as humanly possible. It is a rare delicacy.
I figured that pleasing my guests was just as important as pleasing me. With this recipe I actually pleased all of us. I must say that this was the best leg of lamb I had ever roasted. It was succulent, tender and very savory throughout. The spices combined very well so as to enhance the flavor of the lamb rather than cover it. We were all very pleased with the meat, and I would certainly serve it again. ARMENIAN POWER!
This is a wonderful way to make your very own yogurt! Once you start this process you may never run out of yogurt again! Why pay a lot of money for those measley little containers? Mix in your own fruit in a batch also.
I love this because I am a huge fan of grilled steak and kind of made this up as I went along. Serve with seasoned potato wedges, a simple salad and a green veggie. Don't forget the garlic bread as well. YUM!
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