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Dagestani cuisine is a group of cuisines made by the different ethnic groups present in the Republic of Dagestan, which is known for its heterogeneous ethnic composition; there are more than 30 groups represented, of which the biggest are the Avars, the Dargins, the Lezgins, the Kumyks, and the Laks.

Afar (Lezgi dish)

These cuisines are marked by similarities between them, having common dishes such as Khinkal, boiled doughs often eaten with lamb or beef, which is made by each Dagestani people, or Chudu, a pie filled with various stuffings (meat, cottage cheese, pumpkin, cheese, etc.).

Avar cuisine[edit]

Avar cuisine (Avar : МагӀарулазул Квен-тӀех, Magharulazul Kven-T'ekh) is the national cuisine of the Avars, a Caucasian people living in the highlands of Dagestan.

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Dargin cuisine[edit]

Dargin cuisine is the national cuisine of the Dargin peoples who live in the highlands of Dagestan. The Dargins have approximately 100 different dishes.

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  • Chuttu (Чутту) – Pie with various fillings (cottage cheese, fresh herbs, corn flour, ...).
  • Dubkhatela Nerg (Дубхатела нергъ) – Soup made from crushed wheat.
  • Khali-Nukun (ХIали-Нукьун) – Fat-tailed lards with oatmeal.
  • Khalisirissan (ХIалисириссан)Sausage made from viscera.
  • Khara Nerg (Хъара Нергъ) – Soup made from peas.
  • Kharakka Nerg (Хъаракка Нергъ) – Soup made from apricots.
  • Khinke (ХинкIе) – Boiled dough eaten mostly with lamb (lard or roasted).
  • Khyazhlakharala Nerg (ХIяжIлахъарала нергъ) – Soup made from beans.
  • Rut (Рут) – Dried sausage.
  • Chizhlik (ЧIижликI) : Shashlyk.

Kumyk cuisine[edit]

Kumyk cuisine is the national cuisine of the Turkic people of Caucasus, the Kumyks.

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Lak cuisine[edit]

Lak cuisine is the traditional cuisine of the Caucasian people living in Dagestan and in a certain extent in Azerbaijan.

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  • Buvtsu Khinkru / Kurze (БувцIу ХхункIру) : Dumplings stuffed with meat.
  • Chikhirtma (Чихиртма) – Soup made of chicken, milk, butter and herbs.
  • Durma (Дурма) – Stuffed wine leaves.
  • Gavkkuri (Гьавккури)Khinkal with broth and vinegar.
  • Khinkuri (ХхункIру)Khinkal (Boiled dough eaten with meat).
  • Khakhari (Хьхьахьхьаpи) – Soup made from different grains (wheat, barley, etc).
  • Kuyachi (КъячIи) – Type of Chudu (Pie) filled with minced mutton.
  • Kyachiv (КъячIив) – Pie stuffed with meat
  • Larkhu Nak (Лархьхьу Накь) – Soup made of broth, boiled meat and flour.
  • Shashlyk (Шашлык)
  • Shivshu (Щивщу) – Fried peeled grains fried on hot stone.

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Nugey Chey (Нугъей Чей)Tea

Lezgian cuisine[edit]

Lezgin cuisine (Lezgi : Лезгийрин тӀуьнар, Lezgiyrin t'ünar) is the national cuisine of the Lezgin people who live mostly in Dagestan but also in Azerbaijan.

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  • Afar (Афар) – Pie with various fillings (meat, cheese, potatoes, herbs, pumpkin). It is one of the most popular Lezgian dish.
  • Alug (Алуг) – Loaf eaten with fried eggs.
  • Amgech (Амгеч) – Roasted turkey.
  • Ash (Аш) – Lezghian Pilaf.
  • Chirghin (Чиргъин) – Dish made from young beans or herbs.
  • Git (ГитI) – Dish made of smoked meat and vegetables.
  • Guzan (Гузан) – Pie made during festivities filled with cream.
  • Kharar-Khuyrak (Харар-Хуйрак) – Soup made of peas.
  • Khikif (Хьикьиф) – Salad of neddle.
  • Khink'ar (ХинкIар) – Thin boiled dough.
  • Pich'ekar (ПичIекар)Dumplings with butter and sometimes fresh herbs.
  • Shurva (Шурва) – Soup made with lamb and/or beef.
  • Tsken (ЦкІен) – Pie filled with various fillings (meat, cheese, walnuts, raisins).
  • Tupar-Khapay (ТІурар-хапІай)Broth with flour balls.

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  • Isida (ИситIа) – Sweet made from butter, sugar and flour.
  • Khvazan (Хъвазан) – Sweet pie filled with dried fruits.
  • Mekhkut (МехкІуьт) – Sweet made of walnuts and honey.
  • Nutufa (НутIуфа)Halva
  • Shure (Шуьре) – Pie made during festivities, filled with isida (Sweet made from butter, sugar and flour.

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