Citizens, it is simply not possible to celebrate a week of garlic recipes without at least one recipe from the mighty country of Georgia!
Georgian cuisine uses an incredible variety of different types of garlic – you didn’t really think there was just the standard California White that you see in the supermarket, did you? 🙂
This listing, for example, showcases more than 100 different types of garlic, including dozens from Georgia, each with their own unique flavor profile! It is estimated there may be nearly *1000* different cultivar types of garlic worldwide!
Georgian cuisine is redolent of garlic, herbs, spices and superfoods such as pomegranate and walnut. This recipe combines them all in a single mouth-watering dish that will set you on an inevitable course of personal exploration for Georgian cuisine recipes!
My version of this classic rolled-up eggplant appetizer (badrijani nigvzit in Georgian) is more garlicky than most, and uses several unique Georgian spices (I list sources – well worth seeking out!).
Battle on – The Generalissimo
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