Grilled rabbit

The meat of rabbit is cut into pieces, then pierced with fork in several places and marinated with salt, thyme and sliced onions and left aside for 20 minutes. . Then the meat is skewered and cooked for 1 hour in the oven or traditional tonir. The grilled meat is served with onions and greens.

Tjvjik

Tjvjik is a traditional Armenian dish mostly popular in the towns and villages of the Shirak region. It’s a healthy dish, because the main ingredient is fried beef liver with tomato sauce, a good amount of onions spiced and seasoned with salt and pepper. This is one of those love or hate dishes, not everyone…

Tatar Boraki

Simple, easy and filling dish from Armenian cuisine called tatar boraki , which is basically fresh pasta. It is served with sautéed onions and garlic yogurt, as simple as that. But this simple dish has that magic taste that you can never get enough. The making process of this simply amazing dish is a real…

Qyalla

Qyalla is another traditional Armenian dish very popular in the Shirak region. Qyalla is the baked head of a cow or a sheep, that was traditionally known as a dish for the poor. While the rich ate the tasty parts of the cow, the poor were given the head and the legs. The people in…

Panrkhash

Panrkhash is an old Armenian national dish, which is very typical to the people of Shirak region. This dish, like other traditional dishes of Armenia, has a unique way and ritual of making, serving and eventually eating. The name of the dish explains itself. It translates into the “boil the cheese” from Armenian. So the…

Khash

Khash is one of the most festive Armenian dishes eaten mostly in the cold season. Its cooking and consumption is highly stylized and it is enjoyed early in the morning with good amounts of garlic and vodka. Even the toasts are well defined and are announced in a specific order. Khash is eaten with dried…

Armenian lavash

Armenian lavash is a very thin bread that can be kept well in a dry place. Lavash does not contain yeast which makes Lavash healthier and suitable for almost any diet.The type of oven (touner) had a great influence on uniqueness of the Armenian Lavash. Crisp lavash can be sprinkled with water half an hour…

Armenian Wine

The Armenians are among the oldest wine producing nations of the world. The excavations of Areni-1 cave, in the Yeghegnadzor region of Armenia have revealed the world’s oldest winery, dating back 6100 years. That is of course exciting but you won’t know anything about the oldest traditions of winemaking unless you visit Armenia. The annual…

Zhingyalov Hac

Zhingyalov hac is a type of flatbread stuffed with finely diced herbs and green vegetables and is especially popular among vegans. This dish is typical to the cuisine of Artsakh and as well as cities of Goris and Kapan. Unleavened dough, which is made from just water, salt and flour is rolled out until it…