8 (Azerbaijani)

List by: anika854, created: 20 Jul 2017, updated: 20 Jul 2017 Public: Users can add dishes

Azerbaijan has a very rich and delicious cuisine. However it is not very well promoted in the world and it is very hard to find original Azerbaijani food somewhere in Europe or North America. However, if you are in Baku, don't miss a chance to taste the country's most delicious national dishes.

1. Kabab And Shashlik

(Azerbaijani)

Kabab And Shashlik is very popular in Azerbaijan. There are many types of kabab and shashlik in Azerbaijan

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4. Lavangi

(Azerbaijani)

Lavangi is a traditional dish of Azerbaijan. It comes from southern regions of Azerbaijan.

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5. Dushbara

(Azerbaijani)

This is a traditional Azerbaijani meal, a sort of dumplings of dough filled with ground meat and condiments.

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6. Shekerbura

(Azerbaijani)

This is one of the most popular desserts in Azerbaijan. It is a sweet patty, filled with ground almonds, hazelnuts, or walnuts mixed with sugar or honey.

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7. Pakhlava

(Azerbaijani)

This is another popular dessert. Several layers of very thin dough alternate layers of chopped nuts with honey to prepare this pastry.

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8. Plov

(Uzbek)

Traditional Uzbek rice dish with lamb, shredded carrots, garlic, chili peppers and raisins

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9. Qutab

(Armenian)

Qutab is a Typical Armenian dishes made with herbs or meat

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10. Dolma

(-Mediterranean-) (Turkish)

Dolma is a family of stuffed vegetable dishes common in the Mediterranean cuisine and surrounding regions including the Balkans, the Caucasus, Russia, Central Asia and Middle East. Common vegetables to stuff include tomato, pepper, onion, zucchini, eggplant, and garlic. Meat dolmas are generally served warm, often with tahini or egg-lemon sauce. Dolmas prepared with olive oil and stuffed with rice are generally served cold with a garlic-yogurt sauce. Stuffed vegetables are also common in Greek cuisine, called gemista, as well as in Italian cuisine, where they are named ripieni ("stuffed").[1] Dishes of cabbage or grape leaves wrapped around a filling …

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