The Armenian cuisine has been influenced by many nations, such as the Greeks, the Turks, the Russians and the Georgians. Also, Armenia affected the cuisines of these people, in return. This is why some of the Armenian dishes may resemble of the traditional dishes of the civilizations mentioned above. However, the Armenians made use of the local ingredients and developed specific preparation methods. These facts gave the Armenian cuisine its own identity and the right to be seen as an original cuisine, among the other major cuisines of the world. The lavash and the matnakash, which are the two Armenian breads, as well as their unique meat dishes, such as dolma, Khashlama and Gavar Kufte, soups, such as their unique Yoghurt Soups and the desserts recommend this cuisine.
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