Lobiani

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Lobiani
Lobiani, Restaurant Aragvi.jpg
Place of origin Racha, Georgia
Main ingredients Lobio beans
Cookbook: Lobiani  Media: Lobiani

Lobiani (Georgian: ლობიანი) is a traditional Georgian[1][2][3] dish of bean-filled bread. In Georgia the most popular is Rachuli Lobiani (რაჭული ლობიანი), like a Khachapuri, but with bean and bacon.

The word "Lobiani" comes from the Georgian word for beans which is "Lobio". This "Lobio" or the kidney beans is the most important ingredient for making Lobiani.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Jewish Food, Gil Marks, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  2. ^ Georgisk Mad, Rikke Elisabeth Frederiksen, p. 46
  3. ^ Лобиани (ლობიანი)