Basturma is a traditional Georgian kebab. Delicious meat is served with table wine and much of green.
Basturma (Azeri. Basdırma, arm. Բաստուրմա, tour. Pastırma) – dried fillet of beef, a dish in the kitchens of the countries located in the territory of the former Ottoman Empire.
Fresh salted cutting, then put under pressure (rubbed with salt), to remove excess moisture and giving a form suitable for cutting.
Then the shift in the mix of garlic, ground seeds of red and black pepper, as well as blue fenugreek (Chaman) having the consistency of the batter.
The resulting pieces hang to dry.
Not to be confused with pastrami – smoked marinated meat.