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Armenian Food

Khorovats (խորոված)
Khorovats is a barbequed Armenian meat kebab. The meat may be marinated before grilling, but it does not have to be. It can be made with lamb, pork, beef, chicken, or even veal. Although any quality meat is suitable for khorovats, most often it is prepared with pork chops and pork ribs. 
Harissa is one of the traditional Armenian dishes which has been passed on since ancient times. It is a kind of porridge, which is made of boned and stewed chicken and cracked or coarsely ground wheat. Traditionally it was made with lamb, but nowadays the majority makes it with chicken
Dolma is one of the most popular dish in Armenian culture. Dolma is prepared from minced lamb or beef mixed with rice, fresh herbs and spices, wrapped in grape or cabbage leaves. Armenians use seasonings such as coriander, dill, mint, pepper and cinnamon.  
Ghapama is an Armenian stuffed pumpkin dish, often prepared during the Christmas season. It is prepared by removing the guts of the pumpkin and stuffing it with boiled rice and dried fruits such as chopped almonds, apple, cornel, apricot, plums, dates, prunes and raisins.