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This Hungarian Chicken Paprikash Recipe is a classic traditional dish in Hungary. Make sure to use the freshest Hungarian Sweet Paprika you can find in order to get the full authentic flavor of this dish. One taste and you’ll understand why this is a favorite dish in Hungary – classic comfort food at its finest! …

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Shkmeruli (chicken cooked in milk and garlic sauce) was one of our very favorite dishes when we traveled to the country of Georgia. It has very few ingredients, which are traditionally combined together and baked in a Georgian red clay baking dish, called a ketsi. While the whole recipe is relatively simple, after tasting it, …

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Khinkali (also known as Chinkali or Xinkali) are stuffed pasta dumplings that are a favorite dish from the Country of Georgia. They are one of the staples of Georgian Food, often thought of as one of the national dishes of Georgia. Check out our article about “What to eat in Georgia” for a full list …

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Our spicy ribs in Adjika sauce (or Ajika Sauce) recipe combines some spices unique to Georgia along with heat from chile peppers. This results in a delicious and unique flavor that’ll have you making these again and again. When we arrived in the country of Georgia, we knew we were in for a delicious culinary …

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New visitors to the country of Georgia will quickly discover that the people of this region have a vast love of bread and cheese. Restaurant menus are loaded with several kinds of freshly baked bread, with the most popular stuffed with cheese. We sampled all kinds during our visit to the Caucasus country and found …

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Ispanakhis Pkhali is a traditional Georgian dish that belongs to the category of “pkhali,” a term used for various vegetable-based spreads or salads in Georgia. Pkhali dishes are often served cold and are a popular part of Georgian feasts and celebrations. Other versions of pkhali are made from beetroot, leeks, eggplant, mushrooms, cabbage, or red …

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I consider these Sulguni Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms as a gateway “drug” to Georgian cuisine. And that’s saying a lot because Georgian food is some of the most unique and delicious that we have experienced. When I told friends and family that I planned to visit the former Republic of Georgia, many admitted that they had …

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Roasting eggplant (or aubergine) is our favorite way of cooking eggplant. When it is also combined with a few simple ingredients, this easy recipe is a perfect example of Mediterranean cuisine.   Mediterranean roasted eggplant recipes usually begin with the simple yet transformative act of roasting eggplant until its flesh becomes creamy and smoky. These dishes …

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Supa Topcheta, or Bulgarian Meatball Soup, is a favorite traditional Bulgarian dish and comfort food at its best.   The hearty soup is filled with vegetables and meatballs made with a combination of pork and beef. There are many variations of the recipe, some using rice, and different vegetables such as tomatoes or chicken instead of …

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