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Pakla-ov Beurag is a traditional Armenian food commonly made around Lent, and Armenian pilaf is a staple dish of the Armenian kitchen. Armenian pilaf takes only 30 minutes to make. More »

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Characteristics of Armenian food include that there are many traditional meat dishes, cracked wheat and pearl barley are important grains, and the use of fresh herbs such as mint, tarragon and parsley is common in both t... More »

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TheDailyMeal.com, Cooks.com and SBS.com.au have recipes for a variety of Armenian dishes. Some recipes include sweet barley pudding, shish kebabs, eggplant casserole and chicken pilaf. More »

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