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Georgian Phali Trio

Georgian phali trio is a traditional dish that consists of three different types of vegetable dishes, all made with a variety of fresh herbs and spices. The dish is typically served as an appetizer or as a side dish, and is a staple of Georgian cuisine.

The three dishes that make up the phali trio are lobio (a type of bean stew), badrijani (fried eggplant rolls), and pkhali (a type of vegetable pâté). Each of these dishes is made with a unique combination of ingredients and flavors, but all share a common emphasis on fresh herbs and spices.

Lobio is made with kidney beans that are cooked with onions, garlic, and a variety of herbs and spices such as coriander, dill, and fenugreek. The dish is typically seasoned with a tangy tomato sauce and served either hot or cold.

Badrijani is made by slicing eggplant into thin strips, frying them until they are golden brown and crispy, and then rolling them up with a flavorful mixture of ground walnuts, garlic, and fresh herbs such as cilantro and parsley. The rolls are then drizzled with a tangy pomegranate molasses sauce.

Pkhali is a type of vegetable  that is made with a variety of vegetables such as spinach, beets, or carrots, that are finely chopped and mixed with ground walnuts, garlic, and herbs such as coriander and dill. The mixture is then shaped into small balls or patties and served with a tangy tomato or pomegranate sauce.

Together, these three dishes create a delicious and flavorful trio of vegetable dishes that showcase the unique flavors and ingredients of Georgian cuisine. The emphasis on fresh herbs and spices, along with the use of nutritious vegetables and legumes, make the phali trio not only delicious but also a healthy and nutritious option.

Georgian Phali Trio

9 Ounces
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