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Nip (Macaroni Recipes)

Banu Atabay's Cimcik
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Nip



Instructions:
# Put the egg, milk and salt into big bowl, and get thick dough by adding flour little by little.
# Cover the dough and rest for 20 minutes, and then cut into 3 pieces.
# Flour each piece and roll on into the size of oven tray. Cut the rolled dough into 3x3 cm. sized pieces.
# Shape the each piece as bow ties by the help of your finger tips.
# Repeat this action until the whole dough finishes.
# Let the macaronis dry for 30 minutes.
# Fill a big pot with water and add some salt, then boil.
# Put the macaronis into the boiling water, remove the macaronis from the boiling water for about 5-10 minutes later, and wash with cold water for a while.
# Fry the ground meat with some oil in a pan. When the water evaporates, add salt, remove from the stove.
# Put the macaronis into the pot, add the fried ground meat and cook over low heat for 5 minutes. Serve hot.


Note: This recipe is called "Nip/Cimcik" because of the nips while shaping the dough as bow ties. Cimcik is an old recipe from the Cayirhan region of Ankara.


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1 egg
3/4 cup water
1 tsp salt
Flour
7 ounces ground meat
3 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tsp salt