Armenian cuisine: Konchol

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Armenian cuisine is one of the most ancient in the world. Its component part is nourishing winter dishes that can warm in frosty weather, granting strength and energy until the arrival of spring.

The end of winter often coincides with the period of Great Lent; therefore, many Armenian winter foods are purely vegetarian. On the eve of the winter season, we decided to present you the most popular dishes that Armenians prefer to eat during the cold season.

Konchol is traditional Armenian bread soup with egg and greens.


Cut onions and fry in vegetable oil, adding pepper, boiled water, beaten egg, greens (dill, thyme, coriander). Remove from heat, add dried bread. In the end, spice it up with yoghurt with garlic.

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