Ekala (Smilax excelsa) is a type of wild, perennial plant which is used in the kitchen of the Western Georgia, typically in the Imereti and Guria regions. Ekala pkhali is very healthy, vegetarian appetizer.
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Irma Iantbeldze is a well-known person in the field of professional culinary, and Food journalism. She is the author of 12 culinary books. Among them are bestsellers: Culinary Atlas of Georgia (8 volumes), Classical Georgian Cuisine, Khachapuri Book.
Tomato and cucumber salad with hazelnut sauce is very tasty, easy and healthy dish.
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Pkhali is a type of appetizer which is very typical to Georgian kitchen. Pkhali is made of chopped and seasoned spinach…