Archive for the ‘Armenia’ Category
If anything characterizes the cuisine of Armenia is its variety and this is because for a long time the Armenians were moved from one place to another and so were enriching their food by providing food ingredients and different geographic areas. A fact be strongly marked this cuisine was the Soviet period in 1920 which involved the opening up all the culinary traditions of the East.
To start talking about Armenian cuisine is inevitable to refer to the importance of dairy products. It highlights the panir which is a type of cheese and hats or panir (bread and cheese) is an indispensable part of Armenian breakfast. The more traditional types of cheese are lori and chanakh, both citrus flavor and among the most popular dishes that carry milk is the spas. This is a meal made from cereal grains and yogurt, seasoned with chopped cilantro. For its part, the meat is considered a symbol of prestige and wealth reserved for the privileged classes.