In Armenia, khash is not just a broth made from beef bones and belly. It is a ritual for the organizers and participants. Khash is an ancient Armenian dish, which later spread throughout the Caucasus and Transcaucasia.
- 2 large onions, diced
- 2 large-sized garlic cloves, diced
- Salt to taste 1 pinch
- 2 dry chives leaves
- 1 cup water
- Cow foot, cut and washed
- 5 chili peppers
Step 1: Clean the cut meat and place them in a deep bowl.
Step 2: Pour cold water in the bowl let the meat soak overnight, or soften for at least 8 hours.
Step 3: Wash thoroughly, and then place the onions, pepper, water, and garlic in a bowl, then cook until the meat is tender and can be easily removed from the bones.
Step 4: Add salt to taste and serve warm with chives sprinkled over the soup.
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