armenian pizza

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Last weekend, we went to Arouch for dinner after one of our readers sent us an incredibly awesome and detailed email about where to go and what to see in Montreal (you guys are the best)! We were particularly curious about trying "Armenian pizza" or lahmajoun (it's actual name). 



The pita-like dough has a crispy crust around the edge but has a soft and chewy middle and is topped with beef, onions, parsley and spices.

In addition to the Armenian-style pizza they also had Greek and Lebanese varieties. We picked up a few of the 'Zataar', the Lebanese version, with thyme and sesame. While you can get a bunch of toppings and have them as a wrap, we just stuck to a bit of lemon juice and they were perfect.






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12 comments

  1. Oh, how I miss those! Thank you for those wonderful posts about my home... it makes me so homesick... bit I cannot stop looking.

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  2. Those look delicious!

    Love your blog, very cute.

    xo
    Erin

    pinkandpolos.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh, man. This is so not the post to read when you're one week into your diet. Harsh.

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  4. That looks so good. Now I'm craving some. I like my dough to be a little thicker though.

    Amanda

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  5. yum! I love ANYTHING with lemon!

    http://ladulcivida.blogspot.com/

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  6. Looks so delicious. Yummy!

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  8. Yum, I love zaatar!

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  9. Wow, these look so good. I've got an Armenian friend and I am so calling her up to get a tutorial on this.

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  10. Oh man, the Turks have something like this called 'pide' (pronounced PEE-deh). So tasty! I miss it :(

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