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5 Georgian dishes you should try

Georgian food is one of the world’s most amazing Food, featuring flavors from Greece and the Mediterranean, as well as influences from Turkey and Persia kitchen.

Here are 5 of the best Georgian dishes that you should try.

Khinkali

It’s a famous traditional Georgian dish. The original recipe, consisting of only minced meat, onions, chili pepper, salt, and cumin. However, a modern recipe uses parsley and cilantro.

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kinkaly a Georgian traditional food

Khachapuri Adjaruli

It is the Georgian classic, cheese bread par excellence. Its form varies from region to region, so it can take a thin or thick crust, it can contain single or many layers, Khachapuri can assume round, triangle or rectangle form of all sizes and even come boat-shaped with an egg in the middle

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Khachapuri Adjaruli is a traditional Georgian food

Mtsvadi

Once grilled,  skewers removed meat cubes and shaken in a pot of thinly sliced onions and pomegranate juice. Sizzling meat slightly caramelizes the onions, while pomegranate juice forms a mild, acidy sauce with the meat juices.

Mtsvadi - Georgian dishes

Mtsvadi is a traditional Georgian food

Assorted Pkhali

Pkhali is a Georgian cold vegetarian appetizer. A mélange of spice-rich walnut paste, fresh herbs and vinegar are added to vegetables, fried or boiled.

Assorted Pkhali

Assorted Pkhali is a traditional Georgian food

Mixed Mushroom Stew in a clay pot

Georgian cuisine features a wide range of slow-cooked meat stews such as Kharcho or Chaqapuli. ِAnd while the meat remains a prime ingredient, some vegetarian versions are mastered increasingly, especially during the lent.

Mixed Mushroom Stew in clay pot

Mixed Mushroom Stew in clay pot is a traditional Georgian food