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Language of the Month: Bulgarian – Zdravei (hello!)
Bulgarian is the official language of the Republic of Bulgaria. A Southern Slavic language, it is spoken by about 12 million people around the world, of which about 8 million are in Bulgaria, while others are located in Macedonia, Greece, Turkey and Ukraine. Bulgarian is believed to be the first written Slavic language dating back to 9th century. The language uses the Cyrillic alphabet.
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What’s Cooking Around the World: Azerbaijani Fresh Herb Omlette (Goyerti Kyukyusu)
|Ingredients:||- ½ teaspoon salt|
|- 2 packed cups chopped fresh cilantro||- Ground black pepper, to taste|
|- 1 packed cup chopped fresh dill||- ¼ cup butter or vegetable oil|
|- ½ cup fresh green onions|
|- 5 eggs|
Garlicky yogurt sauce (mix 1 cup plain yogurt with crushed garlic to taste) or plain yogurt, to serve
In a large mixing bowl, combine chopped fresh herbs and eggs. Season with salt and pepper; stir with a spoon to mix well. Melt butter or oil over medium heat in a 10-inch non-stick frying pan. Pour the herb-egg mixture into the pan to fill it completely, leveling it with the back of a spoon. Cook until golden brown on the bottom, 5 to 8 minutes. Using a knife, carefully cut the omlette into 4 wedges (or 8 if you wish). Gently turn the wedges over to brown the other side. If you need to, add more butter or oil to the pan. Remove the cooked omlette from the heat and transfer it onto a serving platter. Serve with bread. Separately serve a bowl with garlicky yogurt sauce or plain yogurt, to spoon onto dish to taste.