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Kazakhstan Tradition

Food, Clothes, and Eating Tradition of Kazakhstan
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Irdina Safawi

on 22 February 2013

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Kazakhstan were influenced by Russia, China, German and other country who had lived there.
Kazakhs national clothes are simple and rational. It could stand hard frosts and the weary heat They are also durable, comfortable and practical best qualifies.
Most traditional clothes are used by these materials: leather, fur, cloth, and other materials that was produced by the local population. Some clothes were sewn by the imported materials such silk, brocade, velveteen, and cotton. Include headwear and boots or shoe.
The clothes were also creatively embroidered with silver and gold threads, silk, and decorated with pearls, corals, and carnelian(semiprecious stone like pearls) insertions.
Brocade: a rich fabric woven with a raised design, often using gold or silver threads.
Velveteen: A cotton fabric with a pile resembling velvet. Include headwear and boots or shoe.
The clothes were also creatively embroidered with silver and gold threads, silk, and decorated with pearls, corals, and carnelian(semiprecious stone like pearls) insertions.
Brocade: a rich fabric woven with a raised design, often using gold or silver threads.
Velveteen: A cotton fabric with a pile resembling velvet. KAZAKHSTAN TRADITIONS Outerwear of women was similar to the men’ like the jackets, waistcoats, gowns, wide leather belts. It is different by the colors and some decoration details.

When it come to dresses, girls and young women wore locally called koilek. They look very elegant in these dresses with their flimsy dress, air-filled along the length, the sleeve and around the collar. Headgear of Kazakh women are followed by their married status and it is important for women to have it
Girls usually wear two types of hat:
Takiya – skull cap which often sewed a tuft of owl feather on top for decoration purpose and also decorated by other embroidery.
Borik - a warm hat which is decorated with otter(some kind of mammal fish-eating), fox or beaver fur. Early ages, the Kazakhs used to go horseback riding, trousers were the important part of their clothing followed by double under vest called zheyde and trousers mad of light fabric. It is usually made out of suede, cloth, sheepskin or either thick cotton fabrics.
The main outer clothing is shapan, a warm, long overcoat. Kazakhstan Traditional Clothes National Clothes of Kazakh Women Clothes and Dresses Headgears Clothes National Clothes of Kazakh Men Shoe making was well-developed craft with Kazakh people. All the primary materials to make the shoes were rawhide cords and straps, skin , sinew threads as well as the professional device and various lasts were made by the shoemaker themselves.
There are few types of men’s footwear such as these:
Kaykayma or kayky – Riding boots with pointed turn-up also on weddings.
Saptama-boots – winter footwear made from well-curried horse or ox hide.
Shokay – working boots that were made of rough leather with hair. Footwears The most beautiful traditional headgear for ladies is worn by a bride on her wedding day and during the first day of. It is required part of girl’s settlement and was prepared long time before the girl reached the age of marriage of their marriage is called Saukele. Saukele is decorated by metal fishnet tops, crown made out of semiprecious stones, temple jewelries, and chin decorations. It is a conical hat and can be as tall as 70 cm high. Footwear Ladies’ and children’s footwear looked more cool and attractive by their decorations. They mostly had it on soft thin boots called masi. Women’s masi were made of chagrin leather or some other delicate skin going with the bootlegs trimmed with fur or leather of another color. Ornamental patterns usually served as decoration on them. Common and Traditional Dishes Kazakh Cuisine Manti are dumplings. Manti in Kazakh cuisine usually filled with spiced mixture of ground lamb or beef with black pepper going with pumpkin and onion, sealed in a dough wrapper. It is a very popular Kazakh. Manti are cooked in multi-level steamer and served topped with butter, sour cream, or onion sauce. Manti Besbarmak The most popular Kazakh dish contain boiled meat (including horse or mutton). It is usually being eaten with a boiled pasta piece and shorpa, a meat soup. Besbarmak is traditionally being served in Kazakh bowl which is called kese. Besbarmak is also called “FIVE FINGERS” in the way it is eaten.The chunk of boiled meat are cutted and served by the host himself/herself for the guests’ importance. Baursaki (Baursak) Baursaki is a doughnut-like pastries. In the fried dough included with flour, yeast, milk, eggs, margarine, salt, sugar, and fat in either sphere or triangle shaped. It is being served with tea or the meat soup called shourpa. It is not a desert, it is a meal. Kazakh Manti Recipe Ingredients for Manti 3 cups all- purpose gluten free flour
1 cup of water
1 egg
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 teaspoon salt
250g (one-half pound) ground beef or lamb
1 large onion (chopped in very small pieces)
Salt and black pepper 1-Mixed flour, water, egg, olive oil, and salt together in a big bowl so it will be forming into a smooth dough. Cover the dough with a plastic wrap and leave it for an hour.

2-While waiting for the dough to stand, mixed the fillings including, chomped onion, meat, salt and pepper.

3-The dough should be ready by now. Take some piece and make it into either round or square on a board or a countertop with some flour Put a teaspoonful of the filling at the center of the dough. Folding the Dumpling (Manti) There are many way to fold manti but I will be showing you the major one which is always being use to fold dumplings, 1-To help the dough stick together, trace around the wrapper with water. Fold it in half and bring it to the top then pinch middle to seal it.

2-To the right of the middle, fold one tuck angling back toward the middle for one of the two layers. Pinch it to seal it. Repeat the steps until the third tuck and also to the left of the middle.

3-Pinch all the tuck so it’s surely sealed and gently press it down. Now, it is ready to steam it.
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