- 2.5 pialas of flour
- 2 eggs
- 1-2 table-spoons of sour cream or milk
- a pinch of salt
- a tea-spoon of Sugar
- 2 tea-spoons of butter.
- a piala of honey
- 2-4 table-spoon of Sugar.
- Eggs, sugar and butter are thoroughly mixed. Salt, milk or water are added, flour is poured in and a stiff dough is quickly kneaded. It is left for 40 minutes, then rolled in a thin layer about 4 mm thick. Then strips 15 mm long and 4 mm thick are cut across the layer. These peculiar noodles are fried in boiling melted butter to a golden colour, thrown down on a sieve and the melted butter is left to trickle down.
- Honey with sugar are boiled away until a drop of honey dropped into water does not dissolve but hardens in the form of a bead. In this syrup chak-chak is dropped, all this is thoroughly mixed and laid out in oiled plates shaping it like a hillock.
A piala is a small bowl used in Central Asia for drinking tea and other beverages.
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