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Azerbaijani cuisine throughout the centuries has been influenced by the foods of different cultures due to political and economic processes in Azerbaijan. Still, today's Azerbaijani cuisine has distinctive and unique features. Many foods that are indigenous to the country can now be seen in the cuisines of other cultures. For the Azerbaijanis, food is an important part of the country's culture and is deeply rooted in the history, traditions and values of the nation. Out of 11 climate zones known in the world, the Azerbaijani climate has nine.This contributes to the fertility of the land, which in its turn results in the richness of the country's cuisine. It is famous for an abundance of vegetables and greens used seasonally in the dishes. Fresh herbs, including mint, coriander, dill, basi...
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Tempting dishes of Azerbaijan cuisine Authentic and diverse Azerbaijan cuisine is deeply rooted in the centuries. Recipes handed down from generation to generation have preserved their unique identity. National dishes of Azerbaijan are not only fragrant and incomparable for taste, but also useful for health. No wonder why the Caucasian peoples confidently hold the palm of victory among the long-livers of the planet! Shish kebab, pilaf, dolma, flour dishes, fish and vegetable delicacies, sweets, tea and much more, all this abundance of different dishes and their delicious flavour will catch fancy of even the most sophisticated gastronome.
Two courses for the price of one! This meal takes almost no prep, and doubles the rewards. Piti is a combination soup and entree made with lamb, chickpeas, and sumac, all in one pot.
Soon after crossing the Georgia/Azerbaijan border I was kindly invited to stay the night in the tiny village of Postbina. In the morning I was shown the clever way in which the family bake bread. Impressive and very tasty! You can donate to School in a Bag here: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/WorldUnicycleTour Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrEdPratt Official website: http://www.worldunicycletour.com
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Today, we will talk about tea (chay). It is an inseparable part of the daily life of Azerbaijani people. Everyone who visits Azerbaijan should take time to drink tea at a traditional tea ceremony. Nowhere else will you be able to drink tea with such rich and delicious flavor. Drinking tea in Azerbaijan is both pleasant and beneficial. So if you visit the Land of Fire, you should definitely taste its tea. Enjoy!