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Postby serjo_hamshen » 27 Jul 2007, 16:58

Leyla babs kalhida ginargu. hudeh sarerun gyar tesht, parag. menk pug*rin humar geshtayke ritsa jompenerov, hnu mamdzishg*a sare))
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Postby hagop » 29 Jul 2007, 22:19

Barev Hamshentsiner,

Turqyayi homshetsiq harc ein talis, te dzer mot "charxala" anun chashatesak ka te che?

Shnorhakalutyun.
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Postby avetik » 29 Jul 2007, 23:12

Hagop can,

Cha, lsadz chunim, im momus al (tatikis) hartsretsi,
gasa ta adpes udelikin xabar chunim.

Balki megaleke kidenongu. Inchpes sarkingu ad udelike, grnas batsadril?..

astegh badmutine hin
xarnevadza nerin hed,
kidista miy baberun azbarininq himi menq,
azbarininq menq... (c) Hamsheni Azbar
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Postby serjo_hamshen » 03 Aug 2007, 00:50

силькяли. sil'kyali

Мацони домашние, огурцы через терку. чеснок выдавить все перемешать. Есть в холодном виде! очень тонизирует, особенно в жаркую
погоду.

Doni madzun, heyar, shter. shad hamov udelik!
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Postby serjo_hamshen » 08 Aug 2007, 14:36

Татарлома кто знает ?
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Postby Frezy_Grant » 28 Nov 2007, 19:02

Марга, дорогая, аууу! :wink:
Ждем твоих рецептов. :D
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Re: Делимся рецептами :)

Postby supertivo » 01 Jun 2008, 09:10

You speak russian i guess, da? :)

Does anybody know muhlama? (also written mıhlama, muğlama, mulama)
corn flour, butter, some kind of melting cheese(which is dedicated to Rize city) mm delicious.

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Man shouldnt call self hamshenian, if he never ate "muhlama" :P
karsiye cifte camlar..
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Re: Делимся рецептами :)

Postby avetik » 04 Jun 2008, 07:02

Hi, supertivo, thanks for your post (and welcome to the forum!)

I can say that muhlama is not familiar to me, but I love corn meal called "mamaliga" (I think this name is adapted by Hamshentsi's in Abkhazia from Moldovans / Romanians). My grandmother makes a real great mamaliga which we ate with madzun (yogurt), suluguni cheese (a mozzarella-like cheese) and melted butter.
Here's how we ate it. Grandma prepared it early in the morning, the whole family would gather at the table and share it. Each of us would make a little deeping in the mamaliga (we called it simply jash which means "a meal" in Armenian). Preferences vary: some of us would take a spoonfull of melted butter and pour it into that deeping, others would put madzoon into it. Underneath the thick layer of the meal we would put rather thick slices of suluguni cheese. Just a combination of all these things with all their flavors makes me salivate :P Of course when the cheese melts it is such a fun to take it from underneath and eat it as if it was a chewing gum :o
Then, mixing cold madzoon with hot meal and butter is also a very tasty thing, I tell you.

Perhaps you are describing a Rize variety of the same meal?..
Thanks for your posting the picture too!..

astegh badmutine hin
xarnevadza nerin hed,
kidista miy baberun azbarininq himi menq,
azbarininq menq... (c) Hamsheni Azbar
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Re: Делимся рецептами :)

Postby MAFRAT » 04 Jun 2008, 08:51

O resim ne öyle yahuuuuu, wallahi canım çekti :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

supertivo wrote:You speak russian i guess, da? :)

Does anybody know muhlama? (also written mıhlama, muğlama, mulama)
corn flour, butter, some kind of melting cheese(which is dedicated to Rize city) mm delicious.

Image

Man shouldnt call self hamshenian, if he never ate "muhlama" :P
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Re: Делимся рецептами :)

Postby MAFRAT » 04 Jun 2008, 08:56

Mamalika Batı Karadeniz bölgesinde bilinen bir yemek. Tabi ki Türkiye'nin Batı Karadeniz bölgesinde. Yemek aynen bu isimle bilinir.
Buğday unu, su, tereyağ'dan yapılır.
Buğday unu ile su pişirilir ateşte, hamur haline getiirlir, sonra kaşık kaşık alınıp tabağa konur şekil şemal verilerek, sonra üzerine kızdırılmış tereyağ dökülür, pekmez dökülüp tatlı olarak da yenilebilir.
Tadını bilmiyorum, ama lezzetli olduğunu zannetmiyorum.
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