Gadazelili refers to a Georgian dish made by cooking Cheese with milk for extended period of time. Spices are added to the final product
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Gadazelili refers to the Georgian dish made from melted cheese with mint. It is made by cooking cheese with milk for extended period of time, then mint is added to the final product. It is a traditional Caucasian dish.

To prepare Gadazelili, slice cheese finely and sink them in hot milk. Cook on low heat, not bringing to boil, until it is viscid. Blend cheese mass with chopped mint and shape into a flat cake.Gadazelili is served with milk in which cheese was cooked.

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