Armenian lavash


Lavash is Armenian thin and soft flatbread, perhaps one of the thinnest flatbreads.

It is by far the most popular type of bread in Armenia and in the Caucasus region, and from there it made its way to Russia. It is nowadays very popular for various healthy wraps.

Lavash is also used at traditional fast-food takeaways: grilled chicken straight off the grill is quite often wrapped in lavash which immediately absorbs its spices and juices. But the most popular lavash fast-food is shawarma – grilled  meat and  chopped fresh vegetables wrapped with lavash. The  wrap is then additionally toasted for a nice crust.

 You can keep lavash in the freezer and thaw the necessary amount of layers right before consumption – it only takes a few minutes.

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