It’s time to revisit two traditional Armenian recipes for the New Year!

Sonia Tashjian has been a contributor and friend  to The Armenian Kitchen for many years.

Today, I am re-posting two of her special recipes which are traditionally served in celebration
of the New Year.

Dare Hats, a traditional bread, and Tsal-Tsul, paklava. (Click on the recipe names to view each post.)

Sonia Tashjian’s Dare Hats

Sonia’s Tsal-Tsul

We at The Armenian Kitchen wish you a New Year filled with
Joy, Peace, Love, and Good Eating!
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