How to make it

  • Steps
  • -Boil the cow's stomach (in my case- one hour in pressure cooker)
  • -Prepare the chicken stock (i always boil one full chicken in water, add in onions, salt n pepper to produce the stock)
  • -Or add in one or two (up to u) cube chicken stock into boiling water
  • -Add in the soft boiled cow's stomach (with the water used for boiling) into the chicken stock
  • -Slightly brown the four with a bit of butter to decrease the smell of flour in the soup
  • -Add in a bit of cold water to the flour... Stir n later add it into the soup
  • -Add in salt n pepper to taste.
  • The soup will be cooked in low heat till it has reached the soup consistency (not too thin n not too thick)
  • Pour the ingredients in step E on top of the soup before serving
  • -Slice the garlic thinly (u may chop it if u want)
  • -Fry the garlic lightly in butter (not too much as possible)
  • -Add in the grape vinegar
  • -Add in the red pepper
  • Note:
  • This is a smelly super delicious soup. Not everyone like the smell of işkembe..esp with garlic smell added.. if u r conscious of the smell..or how u will smell later...

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    " It was excellent "
    markgraaff ate it and said...
    Did not make it yet but will try I believe it will taste the same as our Afval (OFFAL)
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  • kutadkubilik 14 years ago
    merlin u should give mexican menudo :)
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    " It was excellent "
    merlin ate it and said...
    It is fascinating to note the cultural variations of recipes. This is very much like Mexican Menudo, which also has healing, and aphrodesiac qualities. But this soup will definitely cure what ails you. Brava!
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