Mtsvadi that loves You

Every time I visit my village, we are making Mtsvadi a.k.a shashlyk, skewered meat – simple, stunning and delicious one; we are gathering around the fire, chatting and waiting for brilliant food.

There are various ways for making Mtsvadi, but here is the simplest one, follow the photo direction:

For making fire you need dry vine root stock, in other cases you may use coal or charcoal, but the vine root stock is far different, making the Mtsvadi more tasty.

And the fire Slice fresh pork and skewer it.
p.s. you can use veal, lamb or even chicken fillet, but the pork is very important while making Mtsvadi

Put the skewered Meat on fire and time to time turn it round .

After Mtsvadi is ready, remove it with bread from skewers 🙂

Leave the bread you’ve used for removing Mtsvadi on top of the bowl and squeeze some pomegranate (if any) on Mtsvadi.
Bon appétit! 😉

Updated after Nekresi Tour 🙂 and with my new camera ❤

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sanjiv Khamgaonkar says:

    Looks yum! 🙂

  2. Conor Bofin says:

    Delicious. I just posted Sish Kebabs at http://www.conorbofin.com. Very similar. I love the pomegranate idea.

    1. Yeap, Pomegranate makes it more tasty and juicy ❤

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