The other day a friend, who recently got back from Armenia, told me about a delicious treat she experienced on her trip. At first I was a little grossed out when she described the potato chip, mozzarella, and ketchup nachos. However, I took her word for it and decided to make my own. The result, a gooey mess of crunch, cheese, and sauce, is shockingly good. They're the perfect after-school or late-night snack. To look at the seriously simple recipe, read more
A type of bread with Armenian origins. This soft, thin flatbread is made with flour, water, and salt. When fresh, lavash is soft like a tortilla. However, it dries quickly and becomes brittle and hard like a cracker. Sometimes it's topped with sesame or poppy seeds. When made traditionally, the bread is rolled flat and slapped against the hot walls of a tandoor oven.
Use lavash to make chicken Caesar salad wraps.