Khonchas refers to trays filled with different sweets, nuts, fruits and dyed eggs. Khoncha is a part of the holiday table among the Azerbaijanis, most especially in one of their important holidays called the Novruz. Sour or bitter things are not included on the Khoncha. Samani is always the dominant feature.

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