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The abundant land of Georgia gives delicious vegetables and fruits and certainly different savory herbs
To travel from region to region and see, observe and prepare food with your own hands! The best cooks and locals - also skilled cooks will show you the best of the Georgian Cuisine. You will get initiated with the secrets of this age-long art. So, come and get them!
Tabaka – flattened young chicken fried in clay pans or heavy skillets. Is served with tkemali or Niortskhali souse – a pungent garlic souse.
Tkemali – sharp and savory souse made of sour plum, extremely good for health..
Khashi – Tripe Soup Khashi is not only tasty and killing the bad effects of hangover but has curative power for a stomach well.
Matsoni – ( Georgian yogurt ) soup. This is perfect for a vegetarian diet. Fresh mint and cilantro give very special touch to this dish.
Kupati – traditional Georgian coiled sausage is perfectly spicy with cinnamon, barberry, cloves and is fried in a skillet.
Satsivi – made of poultry, turkey being most famous. Broth from the boiled bird is mixed with walnut souse and plenty of spices, ground marygold among them. This dish goes well with corn bread and Ghomi. Ghomi- boiled corn, reminding American homini grits is eaten hot with special sulguni cheese. Khachapuri – excellent cheese bread. Visitors will discover several different kinds of khachapuri and surprisingly enough each cook bakes it in different ways. Lobiani – Bean-stuffed bread, tasty and healthy dish with little cholesterol. Khinkali – extremely popular with Georgians as well as visitors. These are stuffed dumplings. The stuffing in most cases is meat – beef, mixture of pork and beef or mutton. Easy to find khinkali with cheese, cottage cheese, potatoes, mushrooms. Khinkali are served hot. As khinkalis develop juice inside they replace soup in some way. Bazha, Sinori, Chakapuli, pkhali, the list will continue much longer .All these dishes require good store of wine to wash them down – excellent Georgian wines chosen carefully for suitable delicatessen.
Typical Georgian desserts are not that versatile for typical dessert are fruits – fragrant, inviting, delicious. Although today visitors are sure to try plenty of various pastry and confectionery from different countries. Churchkhela – Georgian candy with a difficult name but wonderful taste. Threaded walnuts or hazelnuts dipped in thickened grape juice prove being delicious and healthy sweet. Better to taste everything and then judge!

 

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