Armenian food recipes

Sujuk – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Yerevan salad – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Yerevan Salad
Lobuts salad – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Lobuts salad
Pickled garlic – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Pickled garlic
Armenian Easter soup (Vozpiapur) – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Armenian Easter Soup (Vozpiapur)
Khash – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Eggplant and Tomato Salad – recipe with photo, armenian cuisine
Eggplant and Tomato Salad
New Potato and Onion Salad – recipe with photo, armenian cuisine
New Potato and Onion Salad
Tarragon eggs – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Tarragon Eggs
Pickled Eggplant with Basil – recipe with photo, Armenian cuisine
Pickled Eggplant with Basil
Potato and Sour Cream Salad – recipe with photo, armenian cuisine
Potato and Sour Cream Salad
Potato Salad with Sauerkraut – recipe with photo, armenian cuisine
Potato Salad with Sauerkraut

Armenian Recipes – Simple Homemade Foods That Are Easy to Prepare

Armenian homemade food recipes are simple and at the same time original. Armenian recipes are based on the centuries-old culinary traditions of the Armenian people, religious beliefs and the food base available in Armenia, which, however, can be said about any national cuisine. Over time, the influence of religion on the culinary recipes of Armenian cuisine has decreased, many products from all over the world have become available, but Armenian recipes have not suffered from this, rather, the Armenian cuisine has received a new round of development, preserving the originality and originality of its recipes.

Traditional Armenian dishes

Many traditional Armenian dishes are known all over the world – an example of such recipes is khash, a traditional Armenian dish made from beef legs, tail and tripe. Despite the fairly simple and inexpensive ingredients, khash is a very tasty Armenian dish, becoming popular not only among Armenians. For example, in our family, which has nothing to do with Armenia, khash has become a traditional autumn-winter dish that has been prepared for many years. Traditionally, khash is accompanied by Armenian lavash – another national dish of Armenia, known all over the world, and the Armenian dry-cured sausage sudjuk will not leave anyone indifferent, and is produced in many countries of the world according to the Armenian recipe. There are also less famous, but no less delicious traditional Armenian dishes – Armenian pilaf and lagmajo, bagaraj and pea soup with nuts, Armenian noodles and chkhrtma, Artsakh gata and lobuts salad, as well as many other Armenian dishes.

Dishes According to Recipes of Armenian Cuisine and their Preparation at Home

Dishes according to the recipes of Armenian cuisine are very easy to cook at home. Like all the recipes presented on the Kashevar website, Armenian food recipes do not include any exotic ingredients. In order to cook a particular dish according to the Armenian cuisine recipe, it is enough to stock up on simple products by visiting the nearest supermarket or market, and put a little effort in the kitchen, preparing an Armenian food – the result will pleasantly delight both you and your loved ones. So do not be afraid – take any recipe for Armenian food from our website and cook it boldly – all recipes are tested, cooked at home and do not require any special culinary skills.

Armenian cuisine and its interaction with other cuisines

Armenian cuisine has developed in close interaction with other national cuisines. Despite many ethnic and religious differences and even conflicts with many neighboring peoples, there was a penetration of recipes into the Armenian cuisine from neighbors, and the spread of Armenian cuisine in neighboring countries with one or another recipe change. The change in recipes could be influenced by religion – not everything that can be eaten by Christians is allowed by Muslims, as well as the food base of a particular country. And nevertheless, different versions of khash are cooked throughout the Caucasus, lavash in various variations is baked not only in Armenia, but also in Azerbaijan, Georgia and other countries. The same thing happened with other recipes of Armenian and neighboring cuisines – they penetrated into neighboring countries, changed, and over time became traditional dishes, but in a completely different country, which to this day causes controversy about who was the founder of this or that recipe for a traditional dish.