Have you ever heard about Churchkhela? Churchkhela is the best-known home-made sweet in Georgian traditional cuisine. These Georgian national sweetmeats are made of nuts beaded on a thread and cooked in flour-thickened grape juice. Georgians usually make Churchkhela in Autumn when the primary ingredients, grapes and nuts are harvested. It is a string of walnut halves that have been dipped in grape juice called Tatara or Pelamushi and dried in the sun. No sugar is added to make real Churchkhela!
Churchkhelas are getting dried…
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Georgian warriors carried Churchkhelas with them because they contain many calories. The best Churchkhela is made in Kakheti region that is famous as the motherland of wine.
Natural Churchkhela of the highest quality in Tbilisi you can get at Badagi Shop!
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