Vegetarian food in Armenia
Vegetarian food in Armenia

Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia :)

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Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia 🙂 Its cuisine includes the glimpse of people and traditional Armenian foods and dishes. It gives a picture of the history and geography where Armenians have been living.It also has a touch of European taste.

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Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia 🙂

What are local vegetarian dishes of Armenia ?

Matsnaprtosh or okroshka
Ailazan
Lavash(Armenian Bread)
Mshosh
Topik
Zhengyalov ats
Ghapama
Pasus Tolma (Stuffed Cabbage Leaves)
Boerag

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Matsnaprtosh or okroshka

Matsnaprtosh
Matsnaprtosh

The classic soup is a mix of mostly raw vegetables (like cucumbers, radishes and spring onions), boiled potatoes, eggs, and a cooked meat such as beef, veal, sausages, or ham with kvass, which is a non-alcoholic (1.5% or less) beverage made from fermented black or rye bread.

Ailazan

Ailazan
Ailazan

The recipe of Ailazan is best for those who likes vegetables. Also it is very easy to cook.This is the reason it will be very easily available all over Armenia.

Lavash(Armenian Bread)

Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia :)
Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia 🙂

Lavash is a thin bread usually leavened. It is traditionally baked in a tandoor (tonir) or on a sajj. It is quite common in South Caucasus, Western Asia and the areas surrounding the Caspian Sea.

Mshosh

Mshosh
Mshosh

Mshosh is a simple Armenian lentil salad made with dried apricots and walnuts. It is quite popular all over Armenia .

Topik

Ghapama
Topik

Topik or topig is an Armenian dish, sometimes thought of as a vegetarian meatball 🙂 It consist of a chickpea- based paste which is usually mixed with potatoes or flour and filled with onions, nuts, and currants.

Zhengyalov ats

Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia :)
Famous local vegetarian dishes of Armenia 🙂

Zhingalov khats, a flatbread with a variety of fresh herbs, is a specialty from Nagorno-Karabakh (literally, it means bread with herbs in Armenian). There is a market in Stepanakert, where you will get the real taste of it 🙂

Ghapama

Ghapama
Ghapama

Often prepared around Christmas, ghapama is a stuffed pumpkin dish from the Armenian community in Lebanon.

Pasus Tolma (Stuffed Cabbage Leaves)

Pasus Tolma
Pasus Tolma

Tender cabbage leaves stuffed with beans and rolled into neat parcels is something very famous among Armenians .

Boerag

Boerag
Boerag

Boeregs are a classic part of Armenian mezze. They can be filled with a range of cheeses, meats, and sweet fillings. 

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