Georgian lobio – beans – a historical dish that only poor people ate for lunch, as it consisted of the cheapest products and ingredients available to everyone. In the villages, it was served in a large bowl along with gomi corn porridge, which was placed directly on a carefully cleaned wooden table.
Each member of the family took the porridge for themselves, topped it with a piece of suluguni and scooped up lobio (beans) with a large spoon. Such a dinner provided a feeling of satiety for a long time, which was actually required of him.
Ojakhuri – Abkhazian Adjika – 200 g.
Ojakhuri – Satsebeli classic – 300 g.
Ojakhuri – Spices for beans – 50 g.
If you want to try traditional lobio with gomi, you can try cooking gomi with special gomi flour (corn flour for ghomi).
Here you will also find a special mixture of spices for beans (lobio), which contains: coriander, khmeli suneli, saturejka, ground red pepper. Spices on beans will make cooking easier and give you a lot of aromas and flavors.
Recipes for making lobio, gomi porridge and other specialties of Georgian cuisine can be found in our exclusive georgian cookbook in Czech. It can also serve as an original and bright gift for your favourite ones.