Pelamush garnished with crushed walnuts Pelamushi (Georgian: ფელამუში) is a favorite Georgian dessert made mainly with pressed, condensed grape juice (badagi) and flour or flour plus corn flour. In this recipe we show how to make dark grape pelamushi with flour plus corn flour. It has a different texture to pelamushi made solely with flour.
Pelamushi - Traditional Georgian Dessert
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Pelamushi is one of the favorite Georgian desserts made of condensed grape juice (badagi) and corn flour. In eastern Georgia, Pelamushi is called Tatara and is prepared of badagi and wheat flour. Usually, Pelamushi is served for New Year’s celebrations and is one of the crucial parts of traditional festive meal for this holiday. This sweet jelly-like dessert is also the main component of the famous Georgian Snickers - churchkhela. Ingredients:1 liter badagi (condensed grape juice)1 tbsp ...