Ojahuri with Chicken Recipe

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The Caucasus is colorful and diverse. Traveling around the Caucasus, you can see picturesque mountain landscapes, monasteries and churches, walk along the old city streets with their own history and culture. And of course, you can not ignore the rich and diverse cuisine of the peoples of the Caucasus and of course visit the wine cellars. Ojakhuri is one of the many national dishes of Georgia. Hearty, flavorful and delicious. And in combination with homemade Georgian wine, it is an unforgettable gastronomic pleasure.

Ojahuri with Chicken Recipe

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The Caucasus is colorful and diverse. Traveling around the Caucasus, you can see picturesque mountain landscapes, monasteries and churches, walk along the old city streets with their own history and culture. And of course, you can not ignore the rich and diverse cuisine of the peoples of the Caucasus and of course visit the wine cellars. Ojakhuri is one of the many national dishes of Georgia. Hearty, flavorful and delicious. And in combination with homemade Georgian wine, it is an unforgettable gastronomic pleasure.

Baked Eggplant Pate Recipe

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Babaganush is a popular Middle Eastern snack-sauce. It is a close relative of our eggplant caviar or Georgian ajapsandali, but the taste and texture are completely different. Eggplant puree is very tender and soft, generously flavored with oriental spices and tahini paste. It is ideal to serve pate with toast, pita bread, pita, crackers, baguette – it is incredibly delicious and beautiful.

Traditional Georgian Salad Recipe

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Today my week begins and, having chosen the topic closest to me – Georgian cuisine, I want to offer our cooks a Georgian lunch from salad to dessert and pastries. So, N1 is a salad. If you ask ten people in any locality of Georgia what salad they like the most, nine of them will probably say that this is a salad of cucumbers and tomatoes, this is the most traditional of Georgian salads. It is prepared very simply, the mandatory components are cucumbers, tomatoes and wine vinegar, the rest is at the discretion of the cook. I suggest a variant with a traditional nut dressing.