water, vinegar, walnuts, garlic, spices.

Bazhe is a popular Georgian sauce made with water, vinegar, walnuts, garlic, and spices such as coriander, salt, parsley, fennel, and crushed red pepper. It has a smooth consistency, and it is traditionally served at Georgian feasts. The sauce is often used with fish or poultry dishes, adding a depth of flavour, but some Georgians also consume it smeared on a slice of bread as a snack.

Created Nov. 29, 2020 by: atasneem

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