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Author Archives: Naris Mardirosian
You can use this recipe with any chicken parts, I like using the wings and drumettes. The package for this combo is usually called a Party Pack of wings. If yo have a difficult time finding this at you local … Continue reading
There are two main reasons why all you kabob lovers need to learn how to marinate your meats at home. First, and most importantly, you know exactly where and what your meat has been through. You can purchase a entire … Continue reading
For all of you whom are not familiar with this dish, I know what you are thinking. This sounds like an odd combination, this is one of the reasons I am so intrigued by Persian cuisine. The ingredient combinations are … Continue reading
This is for all the ravenous beef eaters! First and foremost, make sure that you get good quality, fresh beef. You should get your meat from the most reliable butcher you know. Most Armenian butchers have Kufteh meat available, if … Continue reading
I know that this dish remains close to many of our hearts. This is the quintessential comfort dish, not only is it intensely nostalgic, it is totally satiating. For this reason, I am personally placing a disclaimer on this recipe. It is … Continue reading
To all of the devoted Lent-ers, I know it can be difficult to getthe daily recommended allowances of protein on a vegan diet. Many of my family members are observing Paas and I have made it my goal to create … Continue reading
The literal translation for this dish is “water of beef.” It is prepared as a stew, once cooked, the solids are separated from the broth, mashed, then served along side the broth. There is something so satiating about this dish, … Continue reading
Ghormeh-Sabzi, either you love it…or there’s something wrong with you! This is a heirloom recipe, one in which has been for hundreds of years. Serve over a bed of Basmati Rice, or on some tahdig and you can’t go wrong!
Pot roast is a lobor of love. If done correctly, everyone will be happy at the end of the meal. Follow our step by step directions to make your next meal a hit! Continue reading
This is one of my favorite dishes from my childhood. It is not classically Armenian, however, I know that many of you will agree, you loved it every time it was prepared by Mom/Grandma.