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Khorovats and Kebabs’ Origins

Khorovats and Kebabs' Origins Kebabs are various cooked meat dishes, with their origins in Middle Eastern cuisine. Many variants are popular around the world. In most English-speaking countries, a kebab is commonly the internationally known shish kebab or shashlik, though outside of North America a [...]

How does Lavash influence Armenian Culture and Tradition?

How does Lavash influence Armenian Culture and Tradition? Lavash is a soft, thin unleavened flatbread made in a tandoor and eaten all over the South Caucasus, Western Asia and the areas surrounding the Caspian Sea.In 2014, "Lavash, the preparation, meaning and appearance of traditional bread [...]

A Short History of Khash

A Short History of Khash A recipe for the Armenian soup called khash, at its most basic, goes something like this: Simmer cows’ hooves overnight. Serve. Gelatinous beef trotters—flavored tableside with sinus-clearing add-ins like lemon, salt, vinegar and raw garlic—may sound like the last thing [...]

Where to find sangak

Where to find Sangak Even before you taste the tangy, leavened Persian flatbread known as sangak or nan-e sangak, there is so much to marvel over. Made of whole wheat flour, it’s sold in sheets so long they could be used as a sesame-seed encrusted [...]

What Do You Eat Three-Foot Long Sangak Flatbread With?

What Do You Eat Three-Foot Long Sangak Flatbread With? When a wedding buffet pushes you into this spacey state of existence, making everyone in the buffet line vanish away and leaving one twisted thought lingering in your head…ah, if only I could share that goat [...]

Sangak: Long, Iranian Flatbread

Sangak: Long, Iranian Flatbread Sangak looks more like a table runner than a piece of bread. The sheet of flatbread was longer before we nibbled away about six inches. Good stuff! Recently I came upon an Iranian bread at Jay’s International Market. The sheets of [...]

CNN Travel – Sangak, 50 of the World’s Best Breads

Sangak, 50 of the World's Best Breads (CNN) — What is bread? You likely don't have to think for long, and whether you're hungry for a slice of sourdough or craving some tortillas, what you imagine says a lot about where you're from. But if [...]

Our Armenia Trip & Lavash Bread Experience

Tasting Lavash Bread in Armenia In Yeghvard, a village outside of Yerevan, home bakers offered us a platter of cheese and herbs to eat with the fresh lavash they were making. The first lavash we ate after arriving in Yerevan came from the corner store [...]

Armenian National Bread Lavash

Armenian National Bread Lavash You have probably heard about lavash, traditional Armenian bread, which is an important part of the Armenian table. Lavash is not just bread, it’s part of history and culture, and it has its own legend. A king named Aram that ruled [...]

Armenian Lavash Flatbread Features

Lavash Flatbread Features Lavash is a soft and thin unleavened flatbread. It is made and eaten all over the Caucasus, Western Asia and the areas surrounding the Caspian Sea. In Armenia, this is the most widespread type of bread. It’s not even hard, but we’d [...]

Lavash Flatbread Armenian Cuisine

Armenian Lavash National cuisine is essential to form the national culture. It holds the history of the country and the people. Culinary traditions of Armenia originate from ancient times. The prominent features of Armenian cuisine were founded at least a thousand year ago before Christianity. [...]

Pita vs Lavash

Pita V.S Lavash Main Difference The main difference between Pita and Lavash is that the Pita is a soft, slightly leavened flatbread baked from wheat flour and Lavash is a flatbread. Pita In many languages, the word 'pita' refers not to flatbread, but to flaky [...]

Lavash; The King Of The Armenian Breads

Lavash King of Armenian Breads Probably one thing that Armenians wouldn’t forget when they sit at the table is bread. One thing that you will always notice in every Armenian table is a great amount of bread. Armenia is one of the oldest countries with [...]

CNN Travel – Armenian Lavash, 50 of the World’s Best Breads

Armenian Lavash World's Top 50 Breads CNN Travel - Armenian Lavash, 50 of the World's Best Breads (CNN) — What is bread? You likely don't have to think for long, and whether you're hungry for a slice of sourdough or craving some tortillas, what you [...]