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Armenian BEORIJCH

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Does anyone have a good recipe for this. Has anyone tried something 'different' with this?
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post #2 of 5
Pardone me, is it the other way to spell "borsht"? :D

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post #3 of 5
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No - that is Russian!!:D - this is an Armenian dish - it comes up if you google it but I just wondered if there was a variation on this recipe and in what ways I could use it for my vegetarian customers
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Is this more like "bourek"- the meat or potato/veggie filled pies with phyllo-type crusts? :confused:
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This thread seems to have died sometime ago but just in case. This is an Armenian nut and bean dish. It's vegetarian and delicious. There's a decent version in Rose Elliot's "The Bean Book"

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