Best of Georgian cuisine

A selection of the best traditional Georgian dishes and foods you shouldn’t miss when in Georgia
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Быстрое хачапури к завтраку, вкуснятина неописуемая!

Быстрое хачапури к завтраку, вкуснятина неописуемая!

Georgian: Khinkali Qvelit (Cheese and Mint Stuffed Dumplings) Recipe - Saveur.com

Khinkali Qvelit (Cheese and Mint Stuffed Dumplings)

Khinkali Qvelit (Cheese and Mint Stuffed Dumplings from Georgia) These Georgian dumplings are traditionally made with a spiced meat filling; this cheese and herb version, once meant for religious fasting days, is now enjoyed year-round.

NAMI-NAMI: a food blog: In praise of Georgian food

The Washington Post muses on March whether the Georgian food might be the next big thing . It certainly deserves much more atten.

Оджахури —  традиционное грузинское мясное блюдо для всей семьи, без которого не обходится ни одно застолье в гостеприимной Грузии! Оджахури — грузинское мясное блюдо для всей семьи Рец…

Оджахури — традиционное грузинское мясное блюдо для всей семьи, без которого не обходится ни одно застолье в гостеприимной Грузии! Оджахури — грузинское мясное блюдо для всей семьи Рец…

Adjaruli (Acharuli) Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian (the country, that is), canoe-shaped bread filled with a generous amount of cheese and topped with an egg. If you like cheese (and who doesn…

Adjaruli (Acharuli) Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian (the country, that is), canoe-shaped bread filled with a generous amount of cheese and topped with an egg.

Churchkhela is a home-made product. Georgians usually make it in Autumn when grape and nut is harvested since they are the main ingredients. It is a string of walnut halves that have been dipped in grape juice called Tatara or Phelamushi (grape juice thickened with flour), and dried in the sun. No sugar is used. Sometimes nuts or almonds are used in west Georgia. The shape looks like a candle or a sausage. Georgian warriors carried Churchkhelas with them because they contain many calories.

Churchkhela is a home-made product. Georgians usually make it in Autumn when grape and nut is harvested since they are the main ingredients. It is a string of walnut halves that have been dipped in grape juice called Tatara or Phelamushi (grape juice thickened with flour), and dried in the sun. No sugar is used. Sometimes nuts or almonds are used in west Georgia. The shape looks like a candle or a sausage. Georgian warriors carried Churchkhelas with them because they contain many calories.

Shared by a friend from Georgia - Make Your Own Supra (Georgian Feast) with our Step-by-Step Georgian Recipes

About Food – Make Your Own Supra (Georgian Feast) with our Step-by-Step Georgian Recipes

Create your own Supra (Georgian feast) with our step-by-step photo recipes. A Supra (Georgian: სუფრა) is a traditional Georgian feast and an important part of Georgian culture. A festive supra, for…

Чашушули из куриной печени по-грузински. Чашушули - популярное грузинское блюдо из куриной печени, с репчатым луком, вином и пряными специями.

Чашушули из куриной печени по-грузински. Чашушули - популярное грузинское блюдо из куриной печени, с репчатым луком, вином и пряными специями.

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