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Lahmajoun - Armenian Pizza

Lahmajoun

Lahmajoun is a great on-the-go dish and comfort food you didn’t know you were missing while traveling in Armenia! Lahmajoun is essentially a thin flatbread that is baked with a deliciously spiced ground lamb and vegetables mixture. Many people like to fold it up and...

“Hrazdan” Bread

“Hrazdan” Bread

There are many types of Armenian bread, and the “Hrazdan” bread is one of the most tastiest. In Armenia, there is the city of Hrazdan, from where the popular among Armenians bread “Hrazdan” came out - soft, lush and fragrant! ...

Mouthwatering Armenian Lula Kebab

Armenian Lula Kebab

Anyone traveling in Armenia will want to try the delicious Armenian Lula Kebab - the juiciest, tender and flavorful meat you ever tried! The Lula Kebab are the elongated uncased sausage-shaped patties from ground lamb with tail fat, onion and spices, grilled on a...

Geghard Gata - Sweet Armenian Tradition

Geghard Gata

In the rugged Upper Azat Valley in Armenia, around the entrance to the rock-carved Geghard Monastery (UNESCO World Heritage Site), you’ll notice elderly ladies, clustered around their roadside stalls, selling Gata - the beautiful round sweet bread....

Armenian Cheeses

Armenian cheeses

Armenia is famous not only for its nature, fresh mountain air, delicious wines and Armenian brandy, but also its cheeses. Since prehistoric times, Armenia has been famous for its fresh pickled cheeses. To date, more than 30 different types of cheeses are known in Armenia....

“ARARAT” - The Legendary Armenian Brandy

Ararat Brandy

The “Ararat” brandy is the undisputed leader in the premium brandies category since 1887. The production is made exclusively from local grape varieties to maintain the special properties that blend harmoniously with the Caucasian oak barrels, used for aging of the authentic Armenian brandy. ...

Armenian Rainbow Pickles

Armenian Rainbow Pickles

Pickled veggies in Armenian cuisine are very popular and loved. They are served both at the most luxurious table and at the most modest meal. Armenian housewives pickle white cabbage and cauliflower, cucumbers and tomatoes, okras, carrots, chilies, beets, all kinds of greens, plums, green...