In fact, the ‘true Uzbek plov’ includes about ten different recipes, each characteristic of a certain region of the country.
We shall have lunch at the ) cooked with sesame oil.
Welcome to Uzbekistan, where you can taste all the multitude of nuances of the Uzbek plov!
Certainly, plov is far from being the only remarkable dish in the Uzbek cuisine.
Today it has all the features of a modern metropolis, with a lot of Central Asian-style newly-built structures and Soviet-era buildings.
First you go to Tashkent’s Old City to see Khazrati Imam Architectural Complex (also Khast Imam), consisting of Barak-Khan Madrasah, Tilla Sheikh Mosque, Muyi Muborak Madrasah, Kaffal Shashi Mausoleum (also spelled Kaffal Ash-Shashi), Namazgoh Mosque and the new Khazrati Imam Mosque.