Published in Georgian Food
This dish is served as an appetizer probably in all Georgian restaurants. It can be served either as a separate dish or as a part of “pkhali” assortment. It differs from restaurant to restaurant and everybody can pick their favorite way of preparing it. The recipe below is a variation that can be changed by adding/omitting/changing the number of spices to pick the favorite combination.
Published in Georgia for Expats
Kartli is a historic province in eastern Georgia. Today the region is divided into Shida (Inner) Kartli, northwest from Tbilisi and Kvemo(Lower) Kartli in the southeast of Georgia along the border with Armenia and Azerbaijan. Both regions are rich in archeological sites, spectacular views, amazing ancient architecture, and beautiful walking routes.