(adapted from a recipe from the National Watermelon Promotion Board)
For Yogurt Sauce:
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|Father Paren Galstyan|
Welcome to TheArmenianKitchen.com, where you will be inspired by an ancient cuisine, experiment with exotic ingredients, master cooking techniques you were afraid to attempt, and so much more.
It doesn’t matter where you live, what your ethnic background is, whether your food preparation skills are very basic to highly professional, or what your finances are, everybody has to eat.
Food connects us across all boundaries - generational, national, physical, social, nutritional, and cultural. It’s fun to share meal preparation with family & friends, try regional recipes of one’s own nation, explore the intricate flavors of another country, or learn the importance behind the art & science of food preparation.
Armenian recipes are as varied as their regions and dialects. No two chorag recipes are alike! You are invited to share your family’s favorite recipes along with a little background about them, perhaps stories about cooking with “nanny”, or whatever inspires you in your kitchen.
Just click on whatever interests you in one of our Recipe Links below -- and please add your recipes, anecdotes or suggestions as comments.
And if you email a picture of your favorite Armenian cook to firstname.lastname@example.org, we'll add it to our photo gallery of Great Armenian Chefs below.
Now put on your apron, wash your hands, and join me on this journey. -- Robyn KalajianEmail me