Armenian cuisine includes the foods and cooking techniques of the Armenian people, the Armenian diaspora and traditional Armenian foods and dishes. The cuisine reflects the history and geography where Armenians have lived as well as incorporating outside influences. The preparation of meat, fish, and vegetable dishes in an Armenian kitchen requires stuffing, frothing, and pureeing. Lamb, eggplant, mayonnaise, yoghurt, and bread (lavash) are basic features of Armenian cuisine. 

Yogurt Soup (Spas)

Yogurt soup, aka Spas(spahs), plays a huge role in Armenian cuisine. Our grandmas and even their grandmas have […]

Armenian bread (Lavash)

Unlike most other types of bread, Armenian Lavash doesn`t contain a yeast or traditional bread starter which m […]

Armenian Dolma

Ingredients 1/2 kg of ground meat 2 cups of rice 1 white/red onion 50 g of tomato paste parsley, coriander sea […]

Armenian Harisah

This is one of the most traditional Armenian dishes. It is usually made during colder period of the year. This […]

Armenian Tan (Drink)

Armenian cuisine is full of heavy food which are difficult to digest sometimes, but it is all well thought of. […]

Fried Eggplant in the Armenian Way

Fried Eggplant the Armenian way is delicious. It definitely is my favorite dish. It is simple to make and is s […]

Potatoes on Fire

This is a light barbecue version for you to make. It is not too heavy and is super easy to make. Ingredients: […]

String Bean (Green Bean)

String Beans are one of Armenians most favorite dishes, especially when they are boiled. It is really easy to […]

Summer Salad

  This salad is so east to make. It will become your favorite especially during summer with fresh vegetab […]