Georgian cheese boat Adjaruli among must-try dishes in New York
01 March, 2018
Georgian cheese boat Adjaruli among must-try dishes in New York
Georgian boat-shaped cheese bread named Adjaruli Khachapuri is not only Georgians’ beloved dish but now has already become a favorite dish of many people across the world.

Popular Facebook page Insider Cheese, which serves as a guide to all things cheesy and delicious, released new video revealing 8 cheesy dishes the one has to try in New York, with Georgian cheese boat Adjaruli Khachapuri among them.



According to the video, Adjaruli Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian dish. “They stuff dough
with handfuls of cheese, butter and egg” Insider Cheese reports.

As reported by Insider Cheese, Georgian restaurant Cheeseboat in Brooklyn, NY named after this iconic dish, serves one of the most delicious and mind-blowing cheese breads with stretchy cheese fillings of various flavors.
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Georgian restaurant Cheeseboat in Brooklyn serves one of the most delicious cheese breads

The selection also includes another famous cheesy dishes throughout the world, such as cheese cakes made with Murray’s cheese (downtown store in Greenwich Village), handmade cheese, Mozzarella Carrozza, Raclette, cheesy taco shell, Risotto in a giant cheese wheel and fried mozzarella burgers.
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In 2017, a popular Facebook page paid a visit to the restaurant Cheeseboat

In 2017, a popular Facebook page paid a visit to the restaurant Cheeseboat in order to introduce this incredibly tasty cheese bread to the world.

“Georgian restaurant Cheeseboat in Brooklyn, NY makes a cauldron of cheese, egg, and butter! It's basically like fondue but it's better, because there's no bowl”, Insider Cheese says.
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Adjaruli Khachapuri is extremely delicious cheese bread

The representatives of the Insider Cheese made a video of Georgian cheese boat, which went viral on social media.

The Insider team was hosted by the restaurant’s owner Netty Davitashvili and Georgian Chef Dima Molashvili.

Adjaruli Khachapuri is extremely delicious cheese bread from Georgia’s mountainous Adjara Region. It is highly appreciated and loved among foreign tourists in Georgia.
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Photo courtesy Sergo Edisherashvili

This kind of khachapuri has a boat-like shape

This kind of khachapuri has a boat-like shape and is served with undercooked egg in the middle of cheese along with a generous chunk of butter on the top.

Since Adjara is a seaside part of the country, the inspiration of the dish came from the sea and fishermen. The shape of the pie resembles a boat while the egg yolk symbolizes sun setting in the sea. Adjaruli is often referred to as Georgian pizza.

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